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Small Garden Koi - Set of 3

By Fish In The Garden

$90

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A trio of ceramic fish garden stakes makes a colorful splash in outdoor spaces. This threesome of the smallest size fish is made to mimic fluid movement and shaped to look like they’re mid-swim. Handcrafted from high-fired stoneware clay and a steel rod, these fish are tough enough to live outside year-round. Made in Maine.

  • Made in the USA: Windham, ME
  • Materials: Fish: High-fired stoneware clay; Garden rod: Cold-rolled steel
  • Care: Can stay outdoors all year round
  • Includes: Three small koi fish sculptures with three garden rods
  • Instructions: Press steel garden rod into the soil. Put fish on top. Can be placed in water, if desired
  • Stoneware clay can stand up to the fiercest winter and summer temperatures
  • Adding bright splashes of color to all types of landscapes
  • Three fish grouped convey the impression of movement
  • Please note: The fish will either come with its tail pointing left or right, there will be at least two pointing one direction and one pointing the opposite direction
  • Dimensions: 9.5” x 4.75” x 4”
  • Weight: 2 lbs

2 Reviews (5 out of 5 Grommets)

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Got Fish?

6/3/2019 by Virginia

Besides how beautiful these are in my spring garden, once the beds fill in, these will be incredible.

5

ceramic koi

5/27/2019 by geri

LOVING these ceramic koi's .... this is the second set i've purchased ....

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About Fish in the Garden

Go Fish

Fish in the Garden Maker Tyson Weiss got his start as a landscape designer. In his off time, he turned to his basement workshop in Maine and began crafting—what else?—ceramic koi fish.

The fish come in a set of three and Tyson shapes them deliberately to give the impression of fluid movement. It’s an effect that works; at first glimpse you might think fish really are swimming through the garden. Tyson handcrafts the fish from high-fired stone clay, and they are secured into the ground with a steel rod. This durable combo means the fish can live in the yard year-round and add a dash of playful charm to green spaces even in winter.