Antique French Birdcage: Crafted from brass and steel, this birdcage was meant for birds such as parrots, who with their strong beaks could quickly break out of wooden cages. Crafted by hand during the peak of avian popularity of late 19th century Europe. During the 18th and 19th century bird keeping and elaborate birdcages such as this example became a status symbol. In the neoclassical era of Marie Antoinette an exotic bird in a cage would have been an ultimate gift.
Antique Hendryx Birdcage | Etsy
Stylish vintage Hendryx brass birdcage , pagoda style, with yellow color bottom. It has two(2) glass feeders, two (2) yellow porcelain (3 Vees ) Grit Cup, stamped Japan , five (5) perches, a swing, and one bird. It has a removable tray and the wire mesh is in excellent condition. Overall amazing condition. Measures 18" tall x 14" wide
Vintage Tall Wood Wire Birdcage
S A L E Was $98 . Beautiful Large wire birdcage . It has a removable zinc tray and two little doors in the front. Also has a wire round swing. It is in great condition. This bird cage could be used for many things. If you are looking for the vintage type bird cage for your wedding card holder or wedding decor. This is perfect. Great vintage chic or farmhouse style decor. Measures 32" tall, 14.25" wide and 9.25" deep.
Tall Wire Birdcage
Our replica of an antique birdcage combines a dramatic silhouette with a rich, timeworn finish. Filled with potted plants or favorite collectibles, it makes a decorative statement that’s all your own.
antique Hendryx brass birdcage
A Hendryx brass bird cage circa 1910. The decorative cage features a round brass base with a domed cage top with slender bars. The single hinged door has Hendry
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