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This is a very cute feeder and very attractive! The little hummers like this feeder!” - Verified 5-Star Review From Tori F.

Filigree Hummingbird Feeder, Cinnabar Sprinkles

Original price $59.99 - Original price $59.99
Original price
$59.99
$59.99 - $59.99
Current price $59.99
Filigree Hummingbird Feeder, Cinnabar Sprinkles

Birds that use this feeder:

  • hummingbirds

Seed or Feed Options: nectar
Capacity: 24 oz.; 3 ports
Dimensions: 3.25" dia. x 12"H
Mounting: may be hung
Construction: glass, metal, rubber
Shipping Weight: 4 lbs

Spice up the style in your bird garden with the Cinnabar Sprinkles Filigree Hummingbird Feeder. The red and orange tones, tall shape, and silver colored base add a striking look to your backyard, while providing a few hummingbirds a fun dining spot. This slender, blown glass reservoir holds 24 ounces of nectar, which remains visible for easy monitoring.

Red and orange pieces of colored glass cover the exterior of this vessel, bringing a bright look and fun texture to the item. Three plastic feeding flowers on the base gondola create convenient dining spots for hummingbirds, and the silver tone of this base contrasts the item perfectly. Remove this gondola to refill or clean the unit, and hang the feeder from a shepherd's hook using the attached, blown glass loop and included "S" hook.

The vessel is hand blown from recycled glass, lending an environmentally sound hint to your backyard, and its orange and red tones add surprising color to it. Adorn your garden with bright color, and keep hummingbirds well fed, with this Cinnabar Sprinkles Filigree Hummingbird Feeder.

This feeder works on a vacuum principle. To minimize dripping, you must fill the feeder completely with cool nectar every time you fill it. The goal is to have no air trapped inside the feeder before inverting it.

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Connie Wiltz
Beautiful hummingbird feeder

This is a very unique piece. The glass is thick and it’s more durable than you’d think. The hummingbirds love the red color.