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Graduation Owl - Small - Red Cap & Gown - Custom Name Plate

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Graduation Owl - Large  RedBIg Red Graduation Owl Right  Side ViewBIg Red Graduation Owl Back ViewBIg Red Graduation Owl Left Side View
Price: $49.65
Sale Price: $37.24
You Save: $12.41 (25 %)
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Part #: C202-6R-CUS
Width: 3.5
Depth: 3.5"
Height: 6"

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  • Owl Statue with Diploma, Books, Apple and Red Cap & Gown.
  • Customized Nameplate - Enter any text and choose your font.
  • Printed customized message goes on the front inside the plaque.
  • Hang the tassel from Graduation Cap.
  • Unique graduation gift.
  • Different colors are available to match different schools and laude awards.
  • Hand Painted.

Customize your Owl nameplate by adding the copy with a clear indication on the order notes, we will email you to confirm your message. Maximum 3 lines, 25 characters total with lines separated by commas.
Example " Masters In Physics, Joseph Green, Class Of 2015" .
The owl has become a symbol of wisdom. The learned owl uses his wisdom to achieve a higher understanding, and to help others achieve. Celebrate your accomplishments or acknowledge the accomplishments of others with this customizable statue that embodies the idea of the importance of knowledge and is crafted with exceptional care, design, and attention to detail. It looks great on a bookcase or desk and has an anchor atop the cap on which to hang a tassel from a graduation ceremony.

Owl - Symbolism & History of Wisdom

Whether delivering an environmental message or correcting the spelling of a famous bear, owls have quite a hold on our imaginations. But how did they garner such a reputation for intelligence? Owls are nocturnal birds and function extremely well at night. Their ability to see in the dark has elevated owls, in some cultures, to manifestations of wisdom. In Western folklore, owls are commonly associated with studious scholars and wise elders. Perhaps the earliest known link between owls and wisdom is their association with Athena. The Greek goddess of wisdom is often depicted holding an owl.

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