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Large Bronze Crane: Straight Neck
Item#SU2205

Cast in the traditional lost wax bronze method and piped for optional pond or fountain use
This bronze crane statue, reminiscent of the European tradition of splendid, grand-scale garden art, artistically captures the form and grace of the elegant heron. Our bronze crane statue, finished with a hand-applied emerald verde bronze patina, is cast one piece at a time in the traditional lost wax method, which highlights its graceful legs and exquisite, elongated neck and guarantees lasting beauty. Sure to be a focal point, this Design Toscano heirloom-quality bronze garden statue conveys that you take the exterior of your home as seriously as the interior. Piped to optionally cascade flowing water from the crane's beak into your pond, pool or fountain. Simply add the optional 400 GPH pond pump kit to create beautiful water music in your garden. Accommodates Toscano Pump Kits DR-400, sold separately. Color patina is applied by hand one piece at a time, tone may vary slightly.
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  • 9½"Wx20"Dx38"H. 14 lbs.
  • Fits on Large Classic plinth (NG314100), Grande Laurel plinth (KY3917), Rococo plinth (KY0631) and Grande Scale Rosette plinth (CL5193)
  • Winter Care of Design Toscano Fountains:

    Many customers ask if our products stand up to long winters, extremely inclement weather, and freezing temperatures. The answer is yes, but only with proper care. While we expect the works of art we sell to be of the best quality, Mother Nature can be quite tough on these pieces. Extreme and rapid changes in temperature and humidity may affect your statues adversely. Resin and cast stone have an inherent tendency to expand and contract with climactic conditions. The ideal solution is to store your fountain away from direct exposure to the winter elements, for example, a basement, garage or gardener's shed would be perfect. The following recommendations are offered to help ensure that your purchases give you years of enjoyment:

    1. Drain the bowl(s) or shell(s) thoroughly.
    2. Remove the statue and pump, storing them inside if possible.
    3. Fill the bowl(s) or shell(s) with an absorbent material such as towels, blankets, etc.
    4. Cover the entire fountain with a fountain cover or heavy-duty plastic sheeting and secure tightly. Should condensation droplets form on the inside of the cover, the material will absorb them.
    5. Small Fountain bowls may be inverted so that water will not pool inside.
    6. Remove the drain plug if your fountain has one.
    7. Do not use antifreeze in fountains.
    8. Do not allow fountains to sit in freezing and thawing water.
    9. We strongly suggest that all portable fountains be moved indoors in inclement weather and freezing temperatures.
    Please remember, while resin and cast stone are strong and durable, nature can be stronger. A little maintenance and care will keep your investment beautiful for years to come.

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