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I can make custom stakes for any flower, herb or plant you like! ;)
To get a special order, just convo me and I will put together a special listing just for you. ;)
An awesome and uber-unique hand hammered garden marker made from vintage silverware!
This is a wonderful plant stake created from a vintage silver-plate iced tea spoon, tablespoon or teaspoon. Each stake has a rustic flare that will accent any outdoor or windowsill garden. The letters are stamped into the metal in a this-way-and-that pattern that lends itself nicely to the rustic feel...vintage spoon has marking sand scratches from its previous life....hand stamping is not always perfect which adds to its charm!
The letters are permanently engraved so these plant stakes are all weather. In fact, they age gracefully and get a beautiful patina over time.
Since these are handmade pieces no two sets are ever exactly alike...but that's part of why I like making them so much!
These make great gifts and housewarming gifts or for your own garden! I love to keep a few on hand for unexpected gift giving. This would make a wonderful gift for anyone who loves gardening, is an antique fanatic, enjoys a shabby chic décor, or simply likes to receive unique gifts. This is a great gift for that person who has everything!
Each stake is handcrafted in a way to preserve to vintage look and feel. Tarnish has been lightly removed and stake has been seasoned again to gain back a beautiful tarnish that makes each stake so beautiful. Some character building imperfections may have arose due to the hammering and creation of these pieces.
You may not receive the exact spoon pictured but will receive a similar spoon that is equally as nice. If you would like to request a photo of the exact item you will be receiving, send me a message. My goal is to deliver a great product that you will thoroughly enjoy!
I am happy to entertain custom and or bulk orders for party/wedding favors or your own slogan imprinted...just drop me a message! :)
The last photos are some examples from my garden of what you can do with your new spoons! Happy Gardening!
- Listed on Jun 1, 2012
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