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Often seen perching in flocks, the Warou or Swallow is a small and elegant bird with a quiet call and a rapid, graceful flight pattern. Appearing in large numbers with the early days of warm weather, they are often considered to be the harbingers of spring. Although they are migratory in other areas of the South Pacific, the Aotearoa population appears happy to call our wetlands and coastal environments home all year around. They are believed to bring happiness and luck to a household and symbolise protection to a family and leaving the past behind.
This stunningly crafted cast glass Warou/Swallow is created by the incredible glass studio, Luke Jacomb Studio. It has a screw in the back so it can easily be screwed directly into your wall. Looks beautiful alone or as part of a collection.
Please Note: Each bird is hand made to order by the Luke Jacomb Studio. Please allow up to 4 weeks for your order to be produced.
Luke Jacomb Studio was established in 2008 by renowned glass artist Luke Jacomb (Auckland, Aotearoa New Zealand). The studio produces an affordable range of handmade cast and blown glass works - bringing beautiful glass work into people's homes. Remaining at the forefront of the studio glass movement, in Aotearoa and internationally, Luke's reputation is firmly established in the United States and he is represented in a number of significant private and public collections, including the Ebeltoff Glass Museum (Denmark), Corning Museum of Glass (New York, USA) and the New Orleans Museum of Art (Louisiana, USA). Focusing on unique hand crafted artworks and homewares, Luke runs the Luke Jacomb Studio glass casting studio in Te Atatu, Auckland (Aotearoa New Zealand) and his glass blowing 'hot-shop' in Avondale, Auckland with his talented team of artists and craftspeople - Matthew Hall, Scott Dunster, Kate Mitchell, Lauren Richards, Mike Wallace, Anja Bucher, Donna O'Hare, Marc Anderson and Geena Kumar.
Delivery Timeframe: All Lukeke sculptures are hand-made to order by Lukeke. Please allow up to 4 weeks for your order to arrive.
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International: Overseas will be delivered by NZ Post Courier. Shipping cost is calculated at checkout. Orders from outside New Zealand may be subject to duties and taxes, which are processed once your shipment reaches your country. Customs policies vary widely from country to country, so please check with your local customs office for further information. Mooch takes no responsibility for any extra customs charges or delays at your country's border.
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