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What a fun sign to give as a gift or keep for yourself! This "to the bar" sign is sure to be a conversation piece. It is painted on reclaimed wood from a dock in coastal North Carolina that was destroyed by Hurricane Irene. The wood is now being used to create unique signs that add character and style to your home.

Each sign is handcrafted and made to order. Your sign will look like the one pictured but have it's own variation and character. This old wood is worn so beautifully that I have left original holes and hardware when possible as it adds unique character to the look of the sign.

The lettering on this sign is painted in teal with a white accent shadow. Feel free to request another color or for the arrow to be pointing the other direction. The sign measures 20" x 5.5" x 1.5" and includes a sisal rope for hanging. If you'd prefer a sawtooth hanger on the back, please let me know that also with your order.

A portion of the sales from my reclaimed wood signs goes towards Hurricane relief efforts. I appreciate the opportunity to make something unique for you while helping others.

I love custom orders, so if you have an idea for a sign you'd like personalized for you, please send me a message, and I'd love to work with you. You can check out my other signs in my shop at http://www.docksidecottage.etsy.com
Thank you!

Reclaimed wood sign- "To the Bar"


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  • Handmade item
  • Materials: paint, reclaimed wood, sisal rope, upcycled wood, dock wood, beach wood, drift wood
  • Made to order
  • Only ships within United States.
  • Feedback: 187 reviews
  • Favorited by: 55 people