Simply slip your empty bottles over the "branches" of this bottle tree for a one-of-a-kind display! Beautiful during the day, this unique metal sculpture is even more impressive at night when the bottles light up with a solar-powered glow. Includes 1 "AA" rechargeable battery. Bottles are not included. Iron. 13"Dia. x 51 3/4"H.
Beautiful, long and sturdy. So far have not got the solar part working -
What a beauty this is with cobalt blue bott
This is a purchase I do not regret. It is really nice. -
This is really beautiful lit up at night with the blue bottle's I have on it. Glad I bought two of them! Going to try green bottle's on the second one, but will probably go back to both blue. We've had quite high wind's and it's faired really well so far (been about a month). -
After adding pastel bottles, really lights up the night. -
Tough to get together
I did not find the plugs to connect the main pieces together, so have not assembled yet to see if arms strong enough to hold bottles. -
This bottle holder is huge!
First thing before you order, check out the size. This is huge. I have another bottle holder that holds eight bottles (from Collections) and about 2.5 ft. It isn't solar which is why I order this one. I had a trying time pushing the wire into the tube to connect the sections, plus they get screwed together so you don't know if you missed the wire. I can't find a place to hang it from that is in the sun so the solar isn't working right. I've had to order a 91 inch shepherd's hook and hoping the bottles don't hit the pole...the span is almost 11 inches with the bottles on from the middle of the holder to the pole! It does seem to be made fairly well. The arm sticks are straight where my other holder is curved. Time will tell. Unless this looks fabulous at night I think I prefer the smaller version. -
College City, CA
I would not buy this again. Wind blew it ou
I have wanted this for a long time. I wish I had bought the solar tree that sticks in the ground. I have bought from Collections Etc. for many years. This is the first thing I have been disappointed in. -