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This item sold on May 4, 2012.

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This rustic shadow box or trinket shelf has been made with reclaimed, recycled and/or upcycled materials.

Made to order item. Lead time is 4 -5 days. Shelf will be made similar to one shown. Shadow box shelf only, no other items are included.

Size: 24" x 18" x 2-1/2"

Weight: 6.0 lbs.

Description: shadow box shelf has been made with rough sewn wood. This wood is old growth Redwood from a Balboa Peninsula, CA beach house built in 1906. This wood was milled at the historical Humboldt Milling Company in Fortuna, CA. I personally reclaimed this wood from the house and have a limited quantity of it. So once it's gone, it's gone! This shadow box has old nail holes, paint, knots, saw marks and imperfections that give it a rustic look and feel.

Surface: sanded to a semi smooth finish.

Finish: 3 - 4 coats of Deft Satin Lacquer have been applied over the remaining original paint.

Hanging hardware: keyhole hangers

Additional pics upon request.

This shadow box will be signed & dated.

I handcraft all my items one at a time. You’ll know and feel the superior craftsmanship as soon as you’re holding one in your hands!

These shelves make fantastic gifts.

Item will be sent UPS or FedEx Ground w/tracking #.

Custom orders are welcome.

-Convo me if you have questions or you’d like me to make a custom shelf for you.

Rustic Wood Shadow Box Shelf made with reclaimed Humboldt Milling Company Old Growth Lumber


  • Handmade item
  • Materials: reclaimed wood, old growth lumber, old nails, upcycled wood, stain, laquer
  • Only ships within United States.
  • Favorited by: 133 people