Wrought iron Japanese hawk: late Fully articulated, limbs & claws move, head turns beak opens/closes, neck/tail/wing feathers move to mimic rest or flight. Only 2 other comparable hawks known to exist!
Japanese hawk of wrought iron made in the late 19th century. Fully articulated, its limbs and claws move; the head turns 180 degrees; the beak opens and closes; the neck, tail and wing feathers can be stretched out or shortened to mimic the animal at rest or in flight. There are only two other comparable hawks known to exist.