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Wooden Fall Wreath

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$34.00

Wooden Fall Wreath

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$34
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$34

#6010-443 In Stock

Welcome the changing seasons with this laser cut lightweight wooden fall wreath. Each 15" wreath is engraved with pinecones, leaves, and acorns. The neutral brown shade is appropriate to leave up all year long. Each wreath comes with a wire attached to the back and is ready to hang. 

Meant for indoor use only.

Made in North Carolina.

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Meet the Maker

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Inspired by a desire to create beautiful art in a modern way, Will Pfitzner created LazerEdge to combine age-old woodworking techniques with new technologies. Founded in 2014 at North Carolina State University’s Entrepreneurship Garage, Will now works from his hometown of Mount Airy with his business partner, fellow NC State graduate, Spencer Coffin. They pride themselves on creating beautiful art out of sustainable materials and use their business to invest in the next generation of leaders. LazerEdge’s products find inspiration from small North Carolina towns, where they learned to work hard and to contribute to their communities in any way possible.

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  • Diameter: 15"
  • Depth: .25" thick
  • Materials: Cherry wood
  • Ready to hang
  • Made in North Carolina

Specifications

  • Diameter: 15"
  • Depth: .25" thick
  • Materials: Cherry wood
  • Ready to hang
  • Made in North Carolina

Meet the Maker

Inspired by a desire to create beautiful art in a modern way, Will Pfitzner created LazerEdge to combine age-old woodworking techniques with new technologies. Founded in 2014 at North Carolina State University’s Entrepreneurship Garage, Will now works from his hometown of Mount Airy with his business partner, fellow NC State graduate, Spencer Coffin. They pride themselves on creating beautiful art out of sustainable materials and use their business to invest in the next generation of leaders. LazerEdge’s products find inspiration from small North Carolina towns, where they learned to work hard and to contribute to their communities in any way possible.