Archipelago Cormorant
Archipelago Cormorant
Archipelago Cormorant
Archipelago Cormorant
Archipelago Cormorant

Archipelago Cormorant

Regular price
£65.00
Sale price
£65.00
Tax included.

This is a beautiful hand carved SMALL CORMORANT HIGH from the talented carvers and sculptors of Archipelago D394

 Height 28.5 cm (approx)

British design and innovation is at the very core of Archipelago, renowned for their beautiful wildlife wood carvings.

 Each piece is hand carved from sustainable wood, giving an authentic and highly individual character which is instantly recognisable.

 From the first sketches to the final product, the Archipelago UK design team work directly with fair trade skilled carvers and sculptors to carefully manage the entire creative process.

 Archipelago has grown to be a recognised design label for both interiors and gardens. Each piece carries fair trading, story label and teak tag and comes stamped with official Archipelago branding iron logo. This ensures the items authenticity.

These beautifully carved pieces would make wonderful gifts and grace any home.

 Bells Cottage Interiors are authorised Archipelago stockists. We carefully source our products to provide high quality and beauty for home and gifts. 

 Please note all our prices include free postage and packaging.

We aim to dispatch within 24 hours by trusted carriers for UK Mainland.

Bird Information

These elegant and dramatic members of the pelican family can be seen perched on posts, or on rocks near the cliffs where they nest in colonies. The classic outstretched wing position is often assumed to be 'hanging out to dry' but it is such an excellently adapted water bird it is now thought more likely to be a spacing gesture, creating an orderly line of birds which allows them to take off in a hurry.

They are good fliers and can soar up air currents, but are usually seen flying low in lines over the water. With their webbed feet, cormorants are expert swimmers and can dive down as far as 100 ft, plunging in head first or sometimes just sinking beneath the surface.