Hunter Unique Rustic Country Slate Gray Deer Antler Cross Hanging Decor Reclaimed Repurposed Recycled Wall Cross Cedar Wood GIFT For Hunter
Gift for Hunter, Rustic Country Wood Deer Antler Cross Hanging Decor From Reclaimed Repurposed Recycled Upcycled Wood Wall Cross Barn Wood This beautiful unique slate gray antler cross is made with weathered cedar fencing each piece of wood was naturally aged and weathered and is in turn very unique, no two pieces are the same. It's a one of a kind and would look fantastic in any home! The dimensions are 23"x17" Purchase one to hang in your home or as a gift for a special person! These…
Horseshoe Wall Decor with Cross
This rustic horseshoe would make a perfect addition to any room in your house, garage, horse trailer, or barn! It would also make a great gift for friends and family. Horseshoes measure approx. 4 1/2" W by 5" H. Horseshoes can vary slightly in size. Currently ships to U.S. only.
On Sale, Motorcycle, Spark Plug Motorcycle, Recycled Metal Motorcycle
This Motorcycle is handcrafted using recycled spark plugs, nuts, bolts, and Allen wrenches. This would make a great gift for that motorcycle enthusiast and/or a motorcycle/auto mechanic, for bike week, or for Sturgis Bike Week etc.. Buy several to give as gifts and also keep one for yourself. :-) SIZE: 4" Width x 2" Depth x 3" Height Dimensions are approximate and may differ slightly. HANDMADE IN THE USA When looking at the prices of these items please take into consideration that they…
Porch Rules sign. Pallet sign. Rustic sign.
Large porch rules sign. Made from reclaimed pallet Distressed and ready to hang. 18 x 33 1/2 Colors shown in photos Olive green with rust lettering Beige with black lettering Light gray with black lettering
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Horse Shoes, Not just For Horses
A horse's shoe is something that is, of course, put on their feet. The process doesn't hurt the horse, because the shoes are attached to the hooves of the horses, and in this manner, it doesn't cause the horse any pain because the horse's hooves don't have feelings. They are kind of like our fingernails. The shoes are attached to the hooves, and then they act as the bottoms of the feet. Your view of what horse shoes may very well have to do with how and where you grew up. Some think of them…