Little Heloise
Little Heloise
Little Heloise
Little Heloise
Little Heloise
Little Heloise
Little Heloise
Little Heloise
Little Heloise
Little Heloise
Little Heloise
Little Heloise
Little Heloise
Little Heloise
Little Heloise
Little Heloise
Little Heloise
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Little Heloise

Regular price
$3,800.00
Sale price
$3,800.00
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Heloise is a Chicken Little whose feathers are fashioned in collaboration with India Flint in Australia. She is a member of 'When Feathers Come Together: A Global Chicken Collection' and is looking for a good home.
 
Materials: Fiber— eco print wool dyed with eucalyptus leaves; Wood; Bronze
       
Special Collection Note: Due to the fact that these feathers were not crafted in our studio with our traditional materials, these collaborative chickens are considered 'Art Chickens' rather than ‘Chicken Footstools.’ 
 
[Edition #04-22]
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The chickens are sculpted in Kansas City, Missouri 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 traditional fiber art techniques- dyeing, felting, spinning, knitting- and are stitched by hand. And a surprise? Their heads bob.

Questions about the adoption process? Please call 316-285-0435 or email hello@thecitygirlfarm.com. We love to hear from you!