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JMG reader Bill tips us to this item selling on
“Products have a habit of disappearing because of their functionality,” Frederik Roijé has notably said. To prevent this, he breathes life into his characteristically rigid, monochrome creations by emphasizing the process that led to their fruition. This Holy Homes Birdmosque provides a sleek space for your feathered friends to seek spiritual enlightenment. Made of porcelain and accented with a gold-toned twig, the birdhouse is a playfully understated, pint-sized version of classic religious architecture.
Bill suggests that it would make a marvelous Hanukkah gift for Pam Geller.

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