Folkmanis Peacock Puppet 18" from Folkmanis
Folkmanis Peacock Puppet 18" from Folkmanis Folkmanis Peacock Puppet 18" from Folkmanis Folkmanis Peacock Puppet 18" from Folkmanis Folkmanis Peacock Puppet 18" from Folkmanis Folkmanis Peacock Puppet 18" from Folkmanis (click images to enlarge)

Folkmanis Peacock Puppet 18" from Folkmanis

$51.99
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Product Description

We are delighted to offer the famous Folkmanis Peacock Puppet 18".

With so many on offer today, it is wise to have a make you can trust. The Folkmanis Peacock Puppet 18" is certainly that and will be a excellent acquisition.

For this price, the Folkmanis Peacock Puppet 18" comes highly recommended and is always a regular choice for most people. Folkmanis have provided some great touches and this equals great value for money.

Manufacturer Description

For more than three,000 a long time, the Peacock has been regarded as a beautifully decorative hen. Folkmanis has now designed a stunningly lovely puppet with entirely open multi-coloured "feather" exhibit. The puppet has a complete-hand layout that splays "feathers" with an easy open-hand movement. Developed for ages three and up. Movable head and wings. Place your hand in the tail to spread out the tail "feathers".

Product Features

14" Long x 5" Wide x 18" Tall There are three species of peafowl. The males are called peacock; the females, peahens. The Indian peafowl is the best known. Only peacocks have the long train of colorful feathers. In the mating season, they strut in front of the hens with their feathers spread wide. The peacock's train is not its tail. Short tail feathers grow under the train. Special feathers called coverts raise the long plumes of the fan As early as 1000 B.C., traders brought peafowl to the courts of Egyptian kings. Peafowl now live all over the world in parks, gardens and zoos.

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