North, South, East and West, a weather vane can add the finishing touches to a barn, garage or garden shed. This particular weather vane was designed for a high wind area on top of a West Virginia mountain.
A weather vane can carry a farm theme to the highest point on your property. It is a visible means of showing off your own unique style.
A hand-tied Appalachian Broom makes a wonderful Thank You gift for the new home buying customer.
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You need a unique new home gift! An Appalachian Style Broom is the best choice.
Several styles are available that fit the new home buyer’s needs.
Gates can lead to private outdoor rooms or exotic pathways.
They have a mystery all there own.
They can invite a visitor down thru a winding herb garden or paved walkway to your front door.
Wiccan Handfasting — The besom is an important part of the Wiccan Handfasting Ceremonies. It’s origin began when there was much hatred toward witches. A broomstick was a common household item and therefore could not be used as evidence that a person was a witch.
Greet your guests with style! A door knocker can show your own unique home’s style.
It is a first impression artwork that greets each visitor to your door.
The resounding knock alerts you to your guests’ arrival. Contact us for custom ideas.
There are many uses for a broom … winter, spring, summer or fall.
The added uniqueness of a wall decorations is a bonus to owning a hand-tied Appalachian broom.
Brush the winter snow from your pant leg, remove a cobweb during spring cleaning, dust the pollen from your window sill or even sweep those colorful leaves from your porch.
A decorative broom is a home’s best friend.
Chestnuts roasting over an open fire, popcorn popping from a cast iron skillet or stew bubbling in a dutch oven are all tasty aromas that can be enjoyed in a custom equipped Fireplace.
Trivets, toasters and a crane are just a few tools that can make the hearth a cherished cooking environment.
Jump the Broom! Welsh Traditions and African Ceremonies dating back to the 1600s are still cherished today in weddings of various cultures.
Jumping the broom is a symbolic tradition of couples devoting their new life together as husband and wife.