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Rooster decor garden statue for the kitchen outdoors: this is a tap in a dizziness. It sits on a garden stool and looks into the sky with big eyes, making your courtyard more unique.

When you see this Funny Chicken Garden Desk Decor, you will feel the joy of this craft. You can put the funny chicken decor wherever you need to decorate, which will bring you a good mood.

Rooster garden statue: made of high-quality resin material. Each part has been carefully outlined and carved. It is strong but not fragile. A uniform colour does not fade easily and can be used for a long time. Create a unique garden landscape.

With Jacks Underneath:Funny chicken garden desk decor has a jack design at the bottom, which can be placed on a suitable wooden stake.

Durable Legs that can Move:The legs of chicken desk decor are made of durable materials, so don't worry about easy damage."br""br" Lifelike Craftsmanship:Every chicken is made by hand, with a breath of life,increased the liveliness and cuteness of the chicken."br""br" Perfect gifts:Add a festive atmosphere to you and your family. The exquisite craftsmanship makes it a perfect gift for your children, family, friends, etc. Anyone who received this will love it.

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