• Black Lab
  • Dairy Cow
  • Beef Cow
  • Horse
  • Goat

Our Products

Mulberry Hill Farm

Our oil can birds bring together a hand carved bird and a vintage oil can, to create a unique piece of handmade folk art. All of our birds are also available in a hanging version, or mounted on a piece of ornamental wood. Prices do not vary by display type.

  • Bluebird
  • Bluejay
  • Cardinal
  • Crow

Each hand carved piece is unique, and will look very much like the sample, but vary slightly due to carving, painting and mounting.  The height of each piece will also vary due to the size of the oil can used. 

We sell through American Artisan Gallery in Carlisle PA.  www.americanartisangallery.com.  Or you can Email us with the name of the carved item you are interested in, along with your address information.  We will respond with cost, shipping, and payment information.  You can request dimensions and photos of the actual pieces we have in stock. We accept Paypal and Credit card payments.

Farm Animals

Mulberry Hill Farm is proud to feature our hand-carved birds, fiber animals and farm animals. We source basswood and other fine carving woods from Pennsylvania, New York, and Wisconsin.  Each piece is carved by hand, sanded, and then painted and hand rubbed with wax to achieve a folk art finish.  Each piece is unique, and signed and dated by the carver.

  • Hummingbird
  • Oriole
  • Woodpecker
  • Nuthatch

Fiber Animals

Oil Can Birds

Where to Buy

Coming in 2019

  • Chickadee
  • Titmouse
  • Goldfinch
  • Wren
  • Red Wing Blackbird
  • Grosbeak
  • Saw-whet Owl

Our Farm animals are inspired from our own livestock and pets.   Each piece is hand painted, and finished with a hand rubbed paste wax finish.  Mounted on either a vintage oil can or handmade wood base:

  • Rooster
  • Barred Rock Hen
  • Rhode Island Red Hen​
  • Welsummer Hen

Our Fiber animals are available as hanging ornaments or on a piece of reclaimed barnwood.

  • Alpaca
  • Llama
  • Sheep

 New for 2018

Hand carved lapel pins featuring Alpacas, Sheep and Llamas.  Here a some photos of the lapel pins before sanding and painting, and finished.