The noble hen is usually forgotten in most Nativity displays, but it is likely that at least one hen was present during the birth of Jesus. The proud poultry features the rich coloration of a heritage breed, with a deep brown body, dark tail and red comb. The lifelike Hen figure will give any Nativity scene an air of authenticity. The Hen is positioned on a large base, for greater stability. The near life size chicken is designed to complement the 54-inch-scale Christmas Night Nativity Collection.
The Hen statue is designed by Christmas night using high-quality fiberglass and is hand painted for accuracy. The rich paint colors are protected by a clear finish, which should not chip or crack under normal circumstances. The piece is designed for indoor or outdoor use, making it ideal for use with all Nativity displays.
- Dimensions: L 13in. W8in. H14in.
- Product weight: 4 pounds
- Fiberglass construction
- Indoor or outdoor use
- Shipping weight: 6 pounds
- Shipping dimensions: L 15in. W8in. H16in.
- Christmas Night exclusive.
Make sure product is not in standing water, or covered with snow as this will soften paint and cause paint to separate from product. Clean with a damp cloth. A non abrasive surface cleaner such as Formula 409 glass may be used for stubborn spots or bird droppings. Store in the Original shipping carton in a dry location.
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by D. Thompson on 07/15/22