Burley Clay Burley Clay Hand Painted Chickadee Ceramic Bird Bath

Dress up your yard and attract beautiful wildlife with a Burley Clay Hand Painted Chickadee Bird Bath. This bird bath is made from quality ceramic stoneware and features a glazed interior top. The 2.5-inch bathing depth accommodates a varie...ty of birds, and the hand-painted chickadee design compliments any outdoor setting. Special Note: The ideal bathing depth is 1.5 to 2 inches. You can simply fill the bath with 1.5 to 2 inches of water, or you can take the decorative approach and use polished stones or similar items to raise the water level while keeping the bird safe. About Burley Clay Located in Roseville, Ohio, Burley Clay Products has manufactured garden pottery and bird baths since 1933. Proudly designed by craftsmen in a range of styles, from traditional to modern and sophisticated, Burley's planters are produced using reliable methods spanning from high-tech hydraulics to age-old handmade molding. The key to their quality lies in the fact that at Burley Clay, the artisans understand their materials as well as the needs of their customers; the result is high-quality, long-lasting planters that stand the tests of time and weather. Burley Clay planters are proudly made in America and sold across the United States and Canada. A Note About Burley Clay's Unique Process Burley Clay uses several different production methods to produce their stoneware. From high-tech hydraulic and ram presses to the craftsmanship required in jiggering and casting, their production methods differ significantly but share certain features - an emphasis on quality, efficiency, craftsmanship, and attention to detail. Certain production methods require thicker, more solid clay, while others demand a thinner, more liquid consistency. The processes carefully clean and mix the clay blend at a perfect consistency specific to each production method. One of the methods Burley Clay employs today is a rarely found "lost art" form known as jiggering. It's an old-fashioned, hand-made process used to create several of their larger items, such as birdbaths, pedestals, and planters. In this process, the jiggerman places a plaster mold inside a spinning steel drum, then adds an estimated amount of clay inside of the mold determined by the size of the piece to be manufactured. As the clay begins to dry, the plaster mold draws the water away from the clay, releasing the clay from the mold. The ware is then removed from the mold and the rough edges are trimmed. This acquired skill requires years of apprenticeship and is usually passed down to family members who have worked in area potteries for generations. read more

Burley Clay
$89.99 $139.99
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Feature a fabulous water display in your yard with a Burley Clay Zanesville Glazed Cobalt Blue Bird Bath. This gorgeous bird bath ...is made from quality ceramic stoneware and is fully glazed for added durability. The attractive Zanesville design comes in a Cobalt Blue color. The pedestal-style top has a bathing depth of 3.5 inches. This style has an interlocking top to the pedestal base. Special Note: The ideal bathing depth is 1.5 to 2 inches. You can simply fill the bath with 1.5 to 2 inches of water, or you can take the decorative approach and use polished stones or similar items to raise the water level while keeping the bird safe. About Burley Clay Located in Roseville, Ohio, Burley Clay Products has manufactured garden pottery and bird baths since 1933. Proudly designed by craftsmen in a range of styles, from traditional to modern and sophisticated, Burley's planters are produced using reliable methods spanning from high-tech hydraulics to age-old handmade molding. The key to their quality lies in the fact that at Burley Clay, the artisans understand their materials as well as the needs of their customers; the result is high-quality, long-lasting planters that stand the tests of time and weather. Burley Clay planters are proudly made in America and sold across the United States and Canada. A Note About Burley Clay's Unique Process Burley Clay uses several different production methods to produce their stoneware. From high-tech hydraulic and ram presses to the craftsmanship required in jiggering and casting, their production methods differ significantly but share certain features - an emphasis on quality, efficiency, craftsmanship, and attention to detail. Certain production methods require thicker, more solid clay, while others demand a thinner, more liquid consistency. The processes carefully clean and mix the clay blend at a perfect consistency specific to each production method. One of the methods Burley Clay employs today is a rarely found "lost art" form known as jiggering. It's an old-fashioned, hand-made process used to create several of their larger items, such as birdbaths, pedestals, and planters. In this process, the jiggerman places a plaster mold inside a spinning steel drum, then adds an estimated amount of clay inside of the mold determined by the size of the piece to be manufactured. As the clay begins to dry, the plaster mold draws the water away from the clay, releasing the clay from the mold. The ware is then removed from the mold and the rough edges are trimmed. This acquired skill requires years of apprenticeship and is usually passed down to family members who have worked in area potteries for generations. read more

Burley Clay
$78.44 $139.99
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Greet avian guests to your yard with a luxurious Burley Clay Zanesville Glazed Juniper Green Bird Bath. This fully glazed bird bat...h features the popular Zanesville design in a Juniper Green color. Made from quality ceramic stoneware, the pedestal-style bird bath has a 3.5-inch bathing depth. This style has an interlocking top to the pedestal base. Special Note: The ideal bathing depth is 1.5 to 2 inches. You can simply fill the bath with 1.5 to 2 inches of water, or you can take the decorative approach and use polished stones or similar items to raise the water level while keeping the bird safe. About Burley Clay Located in Roseville, Ohio, Burley Clay Products has manufactured garden pottery and bird baths since 1933. Proudly designed by craftsmen in a range of styles, from traditional to modern and sophisticated, Burley's planters are produced using reliable methods spanning from high-tech hydraulics to age-old handmade molding. The key to their quality lies in the fact that at Burley Clay, the artisans understand their materials as well as the needs of their customers; the result is high-quality, long-lasting planters that stand the tests of time and weather. Burley Clay planters are proudly made in America and sold across the United States and Canada. A Note About Burley Clay's Unique Process Burley Clay uses several different production methods to produce their stoneware. From high-tech hydraulic and ram presses to the craftsmanship required in jiggering and casting, their production methods differ significantly but share certain features - an emphasis on quality, efficiency, craftsmanship, and attention to detail. Certain production methods require thicker, more solid clay, while others demand a thinner, more liquid consistency. The processes carefully clean and mix the clay blend at a perfect consistency specific to each production method. One of the methods Burley Clay employs today is a rarely found "lost art" form known as jiggering. It's an old-fashioned, hand-made process used to create several of their larger items, such as birdbaths, pedestals, and planters. In this process, the jiggerman places a plaster mold inside a spinning steel drum, then adds an estimated amount of clay inside of the mold determined by the size of the piece to be manufactured. As the clay begins to dry, the plaster mold draws the water away from the clay, releasing the clay from the mold. The ware is then removed from the mold and the rough edges are trimmed. This acquired skill requires years of apprenticeship and is usually passed down to family members who have worked in area potteries for generations. read more

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$169.99
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Add some charming whimsy to your garden with the Burley Clay Hand Painted Bluebird Ceramic Bird Bath. Crafted of ceramic, this ped...estal bird bath features a glazed interior and handpainted bluebirds near the base. The base also bears the inscription "A bluebird in the garden brings happiness to the home," a perfect mantra for bird lovers everywhere! About Burley Clay Located in Roseville, Ohio, Burley Clay Products has manufactured garden pottery and bird baths since 1933. Proudly designed by craftsmen in a range of styles, from traditional to modern and sophisticated, Burley's planters are produced using reliable methods spanning from high-tech hydraulics to age-old handmade molding. The key to their quality lies in the fact that at Burley Clay, the artisans understand their materials as well as the needs of their customers; the result is high-quality, long-lasting planters that stand the tests of time and weather. Burley Clay planters are proudly made in America and sold across the United States and Canada. A Note About Burley Clay's Unique Process Burley Clay uses several different production methods to produce their stoneware. From high-tech hydraulic and ram presses to the craftsmanship required in jiggering and casting, their production methods differ significantly but share certain features ñ an emphasis on quality, efficiency, craftsmanship, and attention to detail. Certain production methods require thicker, more solid clay, while others demand a thinner, more liquid consistency. The processes carefully clean and mix the clay blend at a perfect consistency specific to each production method. One of the methods Burley Clay employs today is a rarely found "lost art" form known as jiggering. It's an old-fashioned, hand-made process used to create several of their larger items, such as birdbaths, pedestals, and planters. In this process, the jiggerman places a plaster mold inside a spinning steel drum, then adds an estimated amount of clay inside of the mold determined by the size of the piece to be manufactured. As the clay begins to dry, the plaster mold draws the water away from the clay, releasing the clay from the mold. The ware is then removed from the mold and the rough edges are trimmed. This acquired skill requires years of apprenticeship and is usually passed down to family members who have worked in area potteries for generations. Burley Clay's artisans hand-decorate all of their products, creating pottery that is in great demand throughout the United States and Canada. read more

Burley Clay
$144.97 $169.99
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Dress up your yard and attract beautiful wildlife with a Burley Clay Hand Painted Chickadee Bird Bath. This bird bath is made from... quality ceramic stoneware and features a glazed interior top. The 2.5-inch bathing depth accommodates a variety of birds, and the hand-painted chickadee design compliments any outdoor setting. Special Note: The ideal bathing depth is 1.5 to 2 inches. You can simply fill the bath with 1.5 to 2 inches of water, or you can take the decorative approach and use polished stones or similar items to raise the water level while keeping the bird safe. About Burley Clay Located in Roseville, Ohio, Burley Clay Products has manufactured garden pottery and bird baths since 1933. Proudly designed by craftsmen in a range of styles, from traditional to modern and sophisticated, Burley's planters are produced using reliable methods spanning from high-tech hydraulics to age-old handmade molding. The key to their quality lies in the fact that at Burley Clay, the artisans understand their materials as well as the needs of their customers; the result is high-quality, long-lasting planters that stand the tests of time and weather. Burley Clay planters are proudly made in America and sold across the United States and Canada. A Note About Burley Clay's Unique Process Burley Clay uses several different production methods to produce their stoneware. From high-tech hydraulic and ram presses to the craftsmanship required in jiggering and casting, their production methods differ significantly but share certain features - an emphasis on quality, efficiency, craftsmanship, and attention to detail. Certain production methods require thicker, more solid clay, while others demand a thinner, more liquid consistency. The processes carefully clean and mix the clay blend at a perfect consistency specific to each production method. One of the methods Burley Clay employs today is a rarely found "lost art" form known as jiggering. It's an old-fashioned, hand-made process used to create several of their larger items, such as birdbaths, pedestals, and planters. In this process, the jiggerman places a plaster mold inside a spinning steel drum, then adds an estimated amount of clay inside of the mold determined by the size of the piece to be manufactured. As the clay begins to dry, the plaster mold draws the water away from the clay, releasing the clay from the mold. The ware is then removed from the mold and the rough edges are trimmed. This acquired skill requires years of apprenticeship and is usually passed down to family members who have worked in area potteries for generations. read more

Burley Clay
$86.41 $169.99
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This summer, show off your care for your cardinal friends with a . This luxrious bath is made from quality ceramic stoneware and f...eatures a hand-painted summer cardinal design. The traditional pedestal design is completed with a glazed interior top that has a bathing depth of 3.5 inches. This style has an interlocking top to the pedestal base. Special Note: The ideal bathing depth is 1.5 to 2 inches. You can simply fill the bath with 1.5 to 2 inches of water, or you can take the decorative approach and use polished stones or similar items to raise the water level while keeping the bird safe. About Burley Clay Located in Roseville, Ohio, Burley Clay Products has manufactured garden pottery and bird baths since 1933. Proudly designed by craftsmen in a range of styles, from traditional to modern and sophisticated, Burley's planters are produced using reliable methods spanning from high-tech hydraulics to age-old handmade molding. The key to their quality lies in the fact that at Burley Clay, the artisans understand their materials as well as the needs of their customers; the result is high-quality, long-lasting planters that stand the tests of time and weather. Burley Clay planters are proudly made in America and sold across the United States and Canada. A Note About Burley Clay's Unique Process Burley Clay uses several different production methods to produce their stoneware. From high-tech hydraulic and ram presses to the craftsmanship required in jiggering and casting, their production methods differ significantly but share certain features - an emphasis on quality, efficiency, craftsmanship, and attention to detail. Certain production methods require thicker, more solid clay, while others demand a thinner, more liquid consistency. The processes carefully clean and mix the clay blend at a perfect consistency specific to each production method. One of the methods Burley Clay employs today is a rarely found "lost art" form known as jiggering. It's an old-fashioned, hand-made process used to create several of their larger items, such as birdbaths, pedestals, and planters. In this process, the jiggerman places a plaster mold inside a spinning steel drum, then adds an estimated amount of clay inside of the mold determined by the size of the piece to be manufactured. As the clay begins to dry, the plaster mold draws the water away from the clay, releasing the clay from the mold. The ware is then removed from the mold and the rough edges are trimmed. This acquired skill requires years of apprenticeship and is usually passed down to family members who have worked in area potteries for generations. read more

Burley Clay
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Birds of a feather love sunny weather so cool them off with a Burley Clay Hand Painted Finch Bird Bath. This quality ceramic stone...ware bird bath features a traditional pedestal design with a glazed interior top. There is a 2.5-inch bathing depth to accommodate most birds, and the base is hand painted in an attractive finch design. Special Note: The ideal bathing depth is 1.5 to 2 inches. You can simply fill the bath with 1.5 to 2 inches of water, or you can take the decorative approach and use polished stones or similar items to raise the water level while keeping the bird safe. About Burley Clay Located in Roseville, Ohio, Burley Clay Products has manufactured garden pottery and bird baths since 1933. Proudly designed by craftsmen in a range of styles, from traditional to modern and sophisticated, Burley's planters are produced using reliable methods spanning from high-tech hydraulics to age-old handmade molding. The key to their quality lies in the fact that at Burley Clay, the artisans understand their materials as well as the needs of their customers; the result is high-quality, long-lasting planters that stand the tests of time and weather. Burley Clay planters are proudly made in America and sold across the United States and Canada. A Note About Burley Clay's Unique Process Burley Clay uses several different production methods to produce their stoneware. From high-tech hydraulic and ram presses to the craftsmanship required in jiggering and casting, their production methods differ significantly but share certain features - an emphasis on quality, efficiency, craftsmanship, and attention to detail. Certain production methods require thicker, more solid clay, while others demand a thinner, more liquid consistency. The processes carefully clean and mix the clay blend at a perfect consistency specific to each production method. One of the methods Burley Clay employs today is a rarely found "lost art" form known as jiggering. It's an old-fashioned, hand-made process used to create several of their larger items, such as birdbaths, pedestals, and planters. In this process, the jiggerman places a plaster mold inside a spinning steel drum, then adds an estimated amount of clay inside of the mold determined by the size of the piece to be manufactured. As the clay begins to dry, the plaster mold draws the water away from the clay, releasing the clay from the mold. The ware is then removed from the mold and the rough edges are trimmed. This acquired skill requires years of apprenticeship and is usually passed down to family members who have worked in area potteries for generations. read more

Burley Clay
$169.99
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Accommodate fancy fliers with a stylish stop in your yard by setting out a Burley Clay Hand Painted Hummingbird Bird Bath. This tr...aditional pedestal bird bath is made from quality ceramic stoneware and features a hand-painted hummingbird design. The bird bath top has a bathing depth of 3.5 inches. Special Note: The ideal bathing depth is 1.5 to 2 inches. You can simply fill the bath with 1.5 to 2 inches of water, or you can take the decorative approach and use polished stones or similar items to raise the water level while keeping the bird safe. About Burley Clay Located in Roseville, Ohio, Burley Clay Products has manufactured garden pottery and bird baths since 1933. Proudly designed by craftsmen in a range of styles, from traditional to modern and sophisticated, Burley's planters are produced using reliable methods spanning from high-tech hydraulics to age-old handmade molding. The key to their quality lies in the fact that at Burley Clay, the artisans understand their materials as well as the needs of their customers; the result is high-quality, long-lasting planters that stand the tests of time and weather. Burley Clay planters are proudly made in America and sold across the United States and Canada. A Note About Burley Clay's Unique Process Burley Clay uses several different production methods to produce their stoneware. From high-tech hydraulic and ram presses to the craftsmanship required in jiggering and casting, their production methods differ significantly but share certain features - an emphasis on quality, efficiency, craftsmanship, and attention to detail. Certain production methods require thicker, more solid clay, while others demand a thinner, more liquid consistency. The processes carefully clean and mix the clay blend at a perfect consistency specific to each production method. One of the methods Burley Clay employs today is a rarely found "lost art" form known as jiggering. It's an old-fashioned, hand-made process used to create several of their larger items, such as birdbaths, pedestals, and planters. In this process, the jiggerman places a plaster mold inside a spinning steel drum, then adds an estimated amount of clay inside of the mold determined by the size of the piece to be manufactured. As the clay begins to dry, the plaster mold draws the water away from the clay, releasing the clay from the mold. The ware is then removed from the mold and the rough edges are trimmed. This acquired skill requires years of apprenticeship and is usually passed down to family members who have worked in area potteries for generations. read more

Burley Clay
$118.65 $169.99
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Cool off your feathered friends with a Burley Clay Hand Painted Lavender Bird Bath. This lovely pool is made from quality ceramic ...stoneware and features a hand-painted lavender design. The traditional pedestal design offers a top with a 3.5-inch bathing depth. Lavender symbolized devotion and loyalty in Victorian times. Today it is valued for its many medicinal, cosmetic, culinary, and household uses. Artist Pam Ballard's fondness for the lavender plant shows in the detailed design of Burley's Lavender birdbaths and planters. Special Note: The ideal bathing depth is 1.5 to 2 inches. You can simply fill the bath with 1.5 to 2 inches of water, or you can take the decorative approach and use polished stones or similar items to raise the water level while keeping the bird safe. About Burley Clay Located in Roseville, Ohio, Burley Clay Products has manufactured garden pottery and bird baths since 1933. Proudly designed by craftsmen in a range of styles, from traditional to modern and sophisticated, Burley's planters are produced using reliable methods spanning from high-tech hydraulics to age-old handmade molding. The key to their quality lies in the fact that at Burley Clay, the artisans understand their materials as well as the needs of their customers; the result is high-quality, long-lasting planters that stand the tests of time and weather. Burley Clay planters are proudly made in America and sold across the United States and Canada. A Note About Burley Clay's Unique Process Burley Clay uses several different production methods to produce their stoneware. From high-tech hydraulic and ram presses to the craftsmanship required in jiggering and casting, their production methods differ significantly but share certain features - an emphasis on quality, efficiency, craftsmanship, and attention to detail. Certain production methods require thicker, more solid clay, while others demand a thinner, more liquid consistency. The processes carefully clean and mix the clay blend at a perfect consistency specific to each production method. One of the methods Burley Clay employs today is a rarely found "lost art" form known as jiggering. It's an old-fashioned, hand-made process used to create several of their larger items, such as birdbaths, pedestals, and planters. In this process, the jiggerman places a plaster mold inside a spinning steel drum, then adds an estimated amount of clay inside of the mold determined by the size of the piece to be manufactured. As the clay begins to dry, the plaster mold draws the water away from the clay, releasing the clay from the mold. The ware is then removed from the mold and the rough edges are trimmed. This acquired skill requires years of apprenticeship and is usually passed down to family members who have worked in area potteries for generations. read more

Burley Clay
$169.99
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Birds and butterflies become fast friends with the Burley Clay Hand Painted Butterfly Bird Bath. Pamper these fluttering friends w...ith a quality ceramic stoneware bird bath featuring a hand-painted butterfly design by artist Pam Ballard, known for her delicate designs inspired by nature. The traditional pedestal design has a glazed interior top with a 2.5 inch bathing depth. Special Note: The ideal bathing depth is 1.5 to 2 inches. You can simply fill the bath with 1.5 to 2 inches of water, or you can take the decorative approach and use polished stones or similar items to raise the water level while keeping the bird safe. About Burley Clay Located in Roseville, Ohio, Burley Clay Products has manufactured garden pottery and bird baths since 1933. Proudly designed by craftsmen in a range of styles, from traditional to modern and sophisticated, Burley's planters are produced using reliable methods spanning from high-tech hydraulics to age-old handmade molding. The key to their quality lies in the fact that at Burley Clay, the artisans understand their materials as well as the needs of their customers; the result is high-quality, long-lasting planters that stand the tests of time and weather. Burley Clay planters are proudly made in America and sold across the United States and Canada. A Note About Burley Clay's Unique Process Burley Clay uses several different production methods to produce their stoneware. From high-tech hydraulic and ram presses to the craftsmanship required in jiggering and casting, their production methods differ significantly but share certain features - an emphasis on quality, efficiency, craftsmanship, and attention to detail. Certain production methods require thicker, more solid clay, while others demand a thinner, more liquid consistency. The processes carefully clean and mix the clay blend at a perfect consistency specific to each production method. One of the methods Burley Clay employs today is a rarely found "lost art" form known as jiggering. It's an old-fashioned, hand-made process used to create several of their larger items, such as birdbaths, pedestals, and planters. In this process, the jiggerman places a plaster mold inside a spinning steel drum, then adds an estimated amount of clay inside of the mold determined by the size of the piece to be manufactured. As the clay begins to dry, the plaster mold draws the water away from the clay, releasing the clay from the mold. The ware is then removed from the mold and the rough edges are trimmed. This acquired skill requires years of apprenticeship and is usually passed down to family members who have worked in area potteries for generations. read more

Burley Clay
$149.99
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Add some niceties to your natural settings with a Burley Clay Buff Universal Glazed Bird Bath. This attractive piece is made from ...quality ceramic stoneware and is fully glazed for durability. Its Universal design is completed with a Buff color and a 3.5-inch bathing depth for the top. Special Note: The ideal bathing depth is 1.5 to 2 inches. You can simply fill the bath with 1.5 to 2 inches of water, or you can take the decorative approach and use polished stones or similar items to raise the water level while keeping the bird safe. About Burley Clay Located in Roseville, Ohio, Burley Clay Products has manufactured garden pottery and bird baths since 1933. Proudly designed by craftsmen in a range of styles, from traditional to modern and sophisticated, Burley's planters are produced using reliable methods spanning from high-tech hydraulics to age-old handmade molding. The key to their quality lies in the fact that at Burley Clay, the artisans understand their materials as well as the needs of their customers; the result is high-quality, long-lasting planters that stand the tests of time and weather. Burley Clay planters are proudly made in America and sold across the United States and Canada. A Note About Burley Clay's Unique Process Burley Clay uses several different production methods to produce their stoneware. From high-tech hydraulic and ram presses to the craftsmanship required in jiggering and casting, their production methods differ significantly but share certain features - an emphasis on quality, efficiency, craftsmanship, and attention to detail. Certain production methods require thicker, more solid clay, while others demand a thinner, more liquid consistency. The processes carefully clean and mix the clay blend at a perfect consistency specific to each production method. One of the methods Burley Clay employs today is a rarely found "lost art" form known as jiggering. It's an old-fashioned, hand-made process used to create several of their larger items, such as birdbaths, pedestals, and planters. In this process, the jiggerman places a plaster mold inside a spinning steel drum, then adds an estimated amount of clay inside of the mold determined by the size of the piece to be manufactured. As the clay begins to dry, the plaster mold draws the water away from the clay, releasing the clay from the mold. The ware is then removed from the mold and the rough edges are trimmed. This acquired skill requires years of apprenticeship and is usually passed down to family members who have worked in area potteries for generations. read more

Woodard
$545.80 $827.00
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Spending more time outdoors is never a bad idea, so just think of the Woodard Cayman Isle Sling Swivel Barstool as the best way fo...r you keep up with that particular New Year's resolution. This charming and rugged barstool is crafted from extruded aluminum with a richly hued, powder-coat finish that is complemented by the light brown tones of the sling seating. The fabric seat and back are pulled tight to provide plenty of support while still being forgiving enough for maximum comfort, and the sling fabric is also quick drying and easy to clean after a storm. This tall design also includes a heavy-duty swivel/rocking hinge that allows you to get in and out easily while providing years of smooth movement. Important Notice This item is custom-made to order, which means production begins immediately upon receipt of each order. Because of this, cancellations must be made via telephone to 1-800-351-5699 within 24 hours of order placement. Emails are not currently acceptable forms of cancellation. Thank you for your consideration in this matter. Woodard: Hand-crafted to Withstand the Test of Time For over 140 years, Woodard craftsmen have designed and manufactured products loyal to the timeless art of quality furniture construction. Using the age-old art of hand-forming and the latest in high-tech manufacturing, Woodard remains committed to creating products that will provide years of enjoyment. Superior Materials for Lasting Durability In the Aluminum Collections, Woodard's trademark for excellence begins with a core of seamless, virgin aluminum: the heaviest, purest, and strongest available. The wall thickness of Woodard frames surpasses the industry's most rigid standards. Cast aluminum furniture is constructed using only the highest grade aluminum ingots, which are the purest and most resilient aluminum alloys available. These alloys strengthen the furniture and simultaneously render it malleable. The end result is a fusion of durability and beauty that places Woodard Aluminum furniture in a league of its own. Fabric, Finish, and Strap Features All fabric, finish, and straps are manufactured and applied with the legendary Woodard standard of excellence. Each collection offers a variety of frame finishes that seal in quality while providing color choices to suit any taste. Current finishing processes are monitored for thickness, adhesion, color match, gloss, rust-resistance and, and proper curing. Fabrics go through extensive testing for durability and application, as well as proper pattern, weave, and wear. Most Woodard furniture is assembled by experienced professionals before being shipped. That means you can enjoy your furniture immediately and with confidence. Together, these elements set Woodard furniture apart from all others. When you purchase Woodard, you purchase a history of quality and excellence, and furniture that will last well into the future. read more

O.W. Lee
$4,753.20 $5,592.00
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We're not sure if calling the O.W. Lee 42 x 84 - 116 in. Rectangle Extension Patio Dining Table a "picnic table" rises to the leve...l of faux pas, but we definitely think that anyone who'd make that mistake would be underselling this stunning table. Designed to look fabulous regardless of what Mother Nature has in mind, this outdoor table features a top of rust-proof, cast aluminum and a base of rugged wrought iron. You've got a full range of finishes to customize the base, and the top doesn't need any help when it's showing off the handsomely patterned top. A central hole gives you the option to add an umbrella for a little extra comfort on those sunny days. Materials and construction: Only the highest quality materials are used in the production of O.W. Lee Company's furniture. Carbon steel, galvanized steel, and 6061 alloy aluminum is meticulously chosen for superior strength as well as rust and corrosion resistance. All materials are individually measured and precision cut to ensure a smooth, and accurate fit. Steel and aluminum pieces are bent into perfect shapes, then hand-forged with a hammer and anvil, a process unchanged since blacksmiths in the middle ages. For the optimum strength of each piece, a full-circumference weld is applied wherever metal components intersect. This type of weld works to eliminate the possibility of moisture making its way into tube interiors or in a crevasse. The full-circumference weld guards against rust and corrosion. Finally, all welds are ground and sanded to create a seamless transition from one component to another. Each frame is blasted with tiny steel particles to remove dirt and oil from the manufacturing process, which is then followed by a 5-step wash and chemical treatment, resulting in the best possible surface for the final finish. A hand-applied zinc-rich epoxy primer is used to create a protective undercoat against oxidation. This prohibits rust from spreading and helps protect the final finish. Finally, a durable polyurethane top coating is hand-applied, and oven-cured to ensure a long lasting finish. About O.W. Lee Company An American family tradition, O.W. Lee Company has been dedicated to the design and production of fine, handcrafted casual furniture for over 60 years. From their manufacturing facility in Ontario, California, the O.W. Lee artisans combine centuries-old techniques with state-of-the-art equipment to produce beautiful casual furniture. What started in 1947 as a wrought-iron gate manufacturer for the luxurious estates of Southern California has evolved, three generations later, into a well-known and reputable manufacturer in the ever-growing casual furniture industry. read more

New Arrivals

Keep track of your growing munchkin with the New Arrivals Pink Polka Dot Growth Chart. Made of sturdy wood, this cute growth chart... features an adorable pink and white polka dot design. A coordinating pink flower ribbon is included for easy placement. Measure between two to five feet. About New Arrivals, Inc. New Arrivals, Inc. was started 15 years ago by mom-of-three Tori Swaim. What started as a small accessory and gift product line has grown into hundreds of products including bedding, nursery and kid?s room décor, letters, and baby gifts. New Arrivals, Inc. is your one-stop-shop for designing the baby nursery or kids room of your dreams. read more

IMAX
$124.99 $155.99
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With printed mendong grass interior, this set of two Zyanya trays features unique patterns and a glass insert. Comes in small, med...ium and large stackable set. read more

IMAX
$55.99 $67.99
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Mais oui - the fleur-de-lis takes center stage with the Fleur De Lis Ceramic Bookends - Set of 2. They're crafted of 100% ceramic ...in an antique-inspired weathered finish. About IMAX What began as a small company importing copper flower containers in 1984 by Al and Faye Bulak has developed into one of the top U.S. import companies serving the At Home market today. IMAX now provides home and garden accessories imported from twelve countries around the world, housed in a 500,000 square foot distribution center. Additional sourcing, product development and showroom facilities in the USA, India and China make IMAX a true global source. They're dedicated to providing products designed to meet your needs. This is achieved through a design and product development team that pushes creativity, taste and fashion trends - layering styles, periods, textures, and regions of the world - to create a visually delightful and meaningful environment. At IMAX, they believe style, integrity, and great design can make living easier. read more

New Arrivals

In your choice of patterns, the New Arrivals Blue and Chocolate ABC 123 Bookends provides your little one?s nursery with an adorab...le solution to keeping his book nice and neat. Hand-crafted of durable wood, these stylish bookends feature cute 123 and ABC designs in blue with delightful patterns of blue and chocolate polka dots, stripes, and stars. About New Arrivals, Inc. New Arrivals, Inc. was started 15 years ago by mom-of-three Tori Swaim. What started as a small accessory and gift product line has grown into hundreds of products including bedding, nursery and kid?s room décor, letters, and baby gifts. New Arrivals, Inc. is your one-stop-shop for designing the baby nursery or kids room of your dreams. read more

New Arrivals

Keep your child?s books nice and neat using the New Arrivals Blue and Green ABC 123 Bookends. Hand-crafted of durable wood, these ...handy bookends feature cute 123 and ABC designs featuring blue and green polka dot, stripe, and star patterns. About New Arrivals, Inc. New Arrivals, Inc. was started 15 years ago by mom-of-three Tori Swaim. What started as a small accessory and gift product line has grown into hundreds of products including bedding, nursery and kid?s room décor, letters, and baby gifts. New Arrivals, Inc. is your one-stop-shop for designing the baby nursery or kids room of your dreams. read more

New Arrivals

A welcome addition to any nursery, the New Arrivals Pink and Chocolate ABC 123 Bookends helps you keep your sweetheart's books all... in one place. Its hand-crafted durable wood construction features cute 123 and ABC designs in brown. The pink and chocolate patterns of polka dots, stripes, and flower will be just the right match for your décor. About New Arrivals, Inc. New Arrivals, Inc. was started 15 years ago by mom-of-three Tori Swaim. What started as a small accessory and gift product line has grown into hundreds of products including bedding, nursery and kid?s room décor, letters, and baby gifts. New Arrivals, Inc. is your one-stop-shop for designing the baby nursery or kids room of your dreams. read more

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About New Rustics Furniture Company Award-winning New Rustics is an innovative company founded by designers and furniture experts.... A mix of old and new world influences, New Rustics presents collections that feature handmade solid wood furniture, earthenware clay pottery, and decorative stone and iron accessories. Colors, textures, and sustainable materials abound throughout the creations of New Rustics, and all of them will add character and style to your home. read more

New Rustic
$44.99 $54.99
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About New Rustics Furniture Company Award-winning New Rustics is an innovative company founded by designers and furniture experts.... A mix of old and new world influences, New Rustics presents collections that feature handmade solid wood furniture, earthenware clay pottery, and decorative stone and iron accessories. Colors, textures, and sustainable materials abound throughout the creations of New Rustics, and all of them will add character and style to your home. read more

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