Betty 'Rose' received her name from a darling girl at the Cheeseman Park Art Fest in Denver. She had the time and the proper vantage point to notice that the ruffles of the chicken's tail feathers reminded her of a rose. *Sigh.* That was just what we were thinking about when we stitched her.
Betty's back is 17" off the ground and she weighs about 25 pounds.
Questions? Call us at 316-285-0435.
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The chickens are handcrafted in Lyons, Kansas with care and delight, upholstered to function as footstools. Each is one-of-a-kind, unique in posture and personality. A turned wood egg-shaped core stands on bronze feet and is connected to a bronze beak. Feathers are fashioned with hand-felted wool and alpaca fiber and are stitched by hand. Surprise spill? Their heads bob.