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Fiddler Gnome Solar Garden Accent Lamp

[10 Jun 2011 | No Comments | 0 views | Author: Dee Braun, DrR, CA, CCT]
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Fiddler Gnome Solar Garden Accent LampThe Little Gnome Fiddler statuette and garden globe light is naturally and completely powered by Solar energy. Our gentleman Gnome comes with his own froggy audience. The finely detailed fiddler is a wonderful whimsical addition to your flower bed or any other garden space needing a bit of accent and lighting. A photovoltaic solar panel absorbs energy from the Sun which powers a single rechargeable battery (included) to illuminate the LED globe light of this poly resin lilliputian. The lights are automatically activated at dusk and turned off at dawn. The resulting lighting affect is a long-lasting amber glow which can be seen for 4 – 6 hours depending on light exposure level during the day. On/Off switch included. Solar powered Finely detailed poly-resin Auto on / off at dusk / dawn Dimensions (inches): 7.75 h x 6.75 w x 7.5 deep

Price: $42

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