Song Bird Paper Weight Whistle
Song Bird Paper Weight Whistle
Song Bird Paper Weight Whistle
Song Bird Paper Weight Whistle
Song Bird Paper Weight Whistle
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Song Bird Paper Weight Whistle

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Each Songbird paperweight whistle is skilfully hand-shaped from clay, fired, then hand-painted by our team of creative artisans in northern Thailand. Because of their handmade nature no two birds are the same, making them even more unique and characterful.

• Featuring a single note whistle.
• Presented plastic-free, in a fabric gift bag with story card.

Designed in Australia
Ethically handcrafted in Thailand

Please note our paperweight whistles are:
• not intended for use as a toy 
• not suitable for children under 5 years

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