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Animal Antics Recycled Metal Photo Holder - Large

Item # 35537

Funds 50 cups of food.

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Outlet! Was $5.95!

Photos come alive when held by this whimsical work of art, hand-crafted from recycled wire and traditional West African clay beads into one of a variety of playful animal shapes. Transform your desk into a memo-holding menagerie!

  • Alligator, Camel, Donkey, Elephant, Fish or Giraffe
  • Coiled, recycled metal and clay bead
  • Approximately 3" T (7.6 cm)
  • Handmade in and fairly traded from Burkina Faso

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Review count: 3

Recent reviews:

December 8, 2012 - I have purchased both large and small designs and use to display small pictures. I am presenting gift cards with some this holiday.

November 16, 2012 - Bought 3 elephants with the intention of giving them as a Christmas gift. NO WAY. Even before I removed the clear plastic wrapping from each one, I could see that the black finish was flaking off them. Wanted to give the benefit of a doubt but out of the wrapper the flaking was even worse. Could even see the bare metal in places. Also they were wobbbly and poorly constructed. Not worth the price, the quality just isn't there. Customer service sent more in response to my email but, really, I don't even want the replacements. Will wind up donating all 6 to Goodwill. Another disappointing item. Buy with low expectations, or better yet, just avoid buying altogether.

June 20, 2012 - These are quite fun! I bought two fish - one for myself and one for my son. We use ours as note reminders. My son always knows he will get some kind of Fair Trade gift from me for Christmas - and it will always be something unusual (and always from Africa).

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