Acquire our "Ibis Pair" Metal Art Sculpture. The exquisite and eccentric beauty of the ibis bird is portrayed within this charming brass sculpture. Found among the cattails, two ibis search about for food. This artwork is mounted on a marble base for convenient display. For a bit of trivia, the ibis feeds in ponds, lakes, and brackish marshes on fish and other aquatic animals. The sacred ibis of ancient Egypt, Threskiornis aethiopica, a white and black bird, no longer frequents the Nile basin, although it inhabits other parts of Africa. In the southern part of North America are found the white ibis, Eudocimus albus; the white-faced and eastern glossy ibises, Plegadis falcinellus; and a bird that was formerly called the wood ibis, which is really a stork.
Measurements: 15.75" x 12" x 20"
Materials Used: Brass, Marble
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