Small Landscape #4267

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Small Landscape #4267

55.00

Lone pine on a pear hill.  The tree is made from a split pieces of sugar maple that has great natural staining.  The hill is a piece of Bartlett pear.  The slats are pine, red oak, black walnut, black locust, black cherry, sugar maple, silver maple, and white ash.  Everything but the pine board it's built on is from locally salvaged trees.  The edges are painted a coffee brown and the back is key-holed for easy hanging.    

14" x 5.75" x 1.5"; 1.7 pounds

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Hanging tip.  Although the keyhole is centered, it may want to hang crooked because it is heavier on one side than the other.  But don't worry, it's simple to fix.  Use the enclosed screw and a plastic wall anchor to hang.  The wall anchor allows you to adjust how far the screw sticks out from the wall.  You want to have the screw sticking out from the wall just far enough so that the screw is a tight fit in the keyhole slot.  If you can't get the piece to slide onto the screw, you need to back the screw out a bit.  If you can rattle the piece against the wall, you need to tighten the screw a little.  With a little tinkering you'll have it hung so never need to adjust it.