Cape Sugarbird

Cape Sugarbird Bronze Sculpture


Cape Sugarbird Bronze Sculpture

Promerops Cafer

I’m lucky to live in a fynbos belt area, where Cape sugarbirds thrive. They are endemic to this biome, and found only in the Western and Eastern Cape. This bronze bird sits on a leucadendron flower, which is part of the protea family.

Title: Cape Sugarbird

Edition: 15

Size: 19.5 x 11 x 17cm

Base: Bronze on Crystal Base

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