Category : American Expedition Wildlife Gifts and Decor
Category : Wall Indoor/Outdoor Thermometers
Northern Cardinal 3-D Tin Back-Porch Thermometer
You Save : $2 (11.12%)
- SKU: AEBTHM128
- Availability: In Stock
Colorful thermometers for nature lovers!
Beautiful illustrations of American Wildlife!
The Northern Cardinal Three-Dimensional Tin “Back-Porch Thermometers” are a fresh and unique presentation for the thermometer category. Each thermometer measures 4” x 11 3/4”, making it the perfect size to hang on a porch post or railing. The detail in the illustrations and text are embossed in the tin, giving the thermometer a dynamic 3-D finish. Each thermometer is packaged in a clear custom clamshell with a full-color insert and a cut-away window to allow you to easily see and feel the 3-D sculpting. Makes a perfect gift for the wildlife enthusiast!
Features the Quote:
"An apathetic mind makes for a leaden spirit. Fill it with passion and you will truly feel alive."
Dimensions: 4" x 11.75"
American Expedition celebrates the spirit and passion of modern day explorers by commemorating their exploration and discovery experiences in America on a collection of aesthetically appealing "functional gifts." It equates modern day "explorations" (including traveling, camping, hiking, hunting, bird watching, and fishing) to the romance of early American exploration and discovery.
American Expedition products are "authentic functional gifts for the modern day explorer." The items reflect the unique appreciation and sense of pride modern day explorers have for nature and wildlife in America. The quality and integrity of the product line is a tribute to those who seek to experience and share America's natural beauty. American Expedition products authentically capture the emotions, the intellectual, and the visual sensations that are discovered while exploring America. They feature quality graphics, present accurate information about wildlife and nature, and provide inspirational sayings that relate to the modern day explorer and their relationship with nature and wildlife.