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Wood Pig Whirly Mobile

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Pig whirly mobile. 3 Wood figures, Duck feather tails.

  • Approximately 38" long.
  • Unique and handmade
  • May have a look of wear on the wood, a variety of color difference in some beads or finish due to the nature of these delicate items being handmade; each one may look a little different.

The whirly mobile animals are carved by rice farmers. After long days in the fields and paddies, the members of the village gather with their families for a meal, a rest, and an evening of animal carving. Using primitive tools and techniques, hundreds of identical wood animals are produced. The proceeds from their work provides supplemental income and a way to make a living wage between harvests.

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Customer Reviews

Based on 5 reviews
Iris Derfler

This is our second set of flying pigs. Bought 1st set at a farmers market a few years ago. Had to replace because some of the feathers got mangled. Beautiful product, love them.

Flying Pigs

Bought this for a present its adorable!! Wish you had flying monkies!!!!

Diana Slemmer
Pig Mobile


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I purchased one of these 2 years ago and a nasty storm took out one pig tail :( So I am purchasing a new one and keeping the other one for parts in case of another severe storm. My little flying piggies are quite the conversation starter. May try other animals to add to my collection.

Jennifer Wood
Love this!!

I originally purchased the pigs when I was visiting in Destin. After my return, I recontacted the store online to purchase more for my friends. I may even purchase more. We are frequently subjected to the equivalent of Category 1 hurricane winds here in the high desert of California much of the time (you get used to it). They have done a lot of heavy spinning in the wind for 7 months and their little tails are still a spinning. I would recommend the to anyone. Glad I found a source for these little gems.