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YELLOW FIN TUNA 46 & 31'' wood carving, handmade wooden fish carvings, offshore fishing, beach decor, fish wood carving wall hangings (set). Like this one. The largest measures 46"w x 20"h x 7"d and the smaller 31 w x 13 h X 5 d They can be arranged separately.
Original relief wood carving by California wildlife artist Greg Pezzoni. Carved from kiln dried pine, with the pectoral and pelvic fins carved separately and added on to give the impression of a full bodied mount. The piece is then sealed, primed, painted and then finished with several coats of high quality varnish. The back is flat with a custom designed mounting bracket that allows you to angle the mount in any direction with only one hanging point. It also extends the mount out away from the wall giving it a more rounded 3-d look.There are felt pads that allow this feature with no damage or scratches to your wall. my signature, date, size and species name, are on the back.
To see more of my wood carvings go to my main shop. Click here. www.etsy.com/shop/WOODNARTS

Layaway's are welcome!. Contact me with terms to fit your budget! Please feel free to ask any questions, and thanks for looking! Greg

YELLOWFIN TUNA wood carvings, fishing decor, coastal living decor, wood fish decor, beach decor, nautical decor, fish wall hangings,

$400.00 USD
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Overview

  • Handmade item
  • Materials: kiln dried pine, glass eyes, wood, paint, varnish
  • Made to order
  • Only ships to United States from California, United States.
  • Feedback: 67 reviews
  • Favorited by: 170 people