Battlefield Worn Carved Stars - Charred (signature series) American Flag NATURAL GRAIN
LIMITED EDITION! Most people couldn't handle this flag. Can you?!
This is not your normal run of the mill flag. The Battlefield Worn flags have literally been put through hell.
Stained with the blood of our enemies. Marked up, burnt, beat up, torn, ripped, rough, rugged...pissed off!
If vikings were a flag, THIS would be it. This flag is not for the fancy pants among us. It’s for the American Born, American Bred, Pissed-Off lovers of Liberty.
(Note: each “Battlefield Worn” - Signature Series flag is slightly different but similar in color, shade and style. One of a kind, works of art.)
The woods that we use are harvested in the U.S.A.
Each star is hand carved, and it is charred prior to assembly for a timeless finish. Things of quality have no fear of time.This flag is made by hand to ensure it will last for generations.
Signature Series is our top of the line flags. For these flags we use an ancient woodworking technique called, Yakisugi, sometimes referred to as, Shou Sugi Ban. There are only a few people left in the world that have mastered this craft, Etherton Hardwoods™is one of them.This technique can only be completed by hand. First the wood is slow charred. Then it’s carefully hand rubbed to bring out the natural color of the wood grain. Next, we meticulously raise the grain (this is when the magic happens). The texture of the wood becomes multi-dimensional and the colors fall into place on the wood as it rises up through the char. This Asian woodworking technique also naturallymakes the wood resistant to water and insects.There are buildings in Japan that were crafted with this technique (made only of wood) and after many hundreds of years...they still look as though they were built yesterday. If you are looking for a treasured family heirloom, THIS IS IT.
Includes a custom made french cleat the back of the flag so it has everything included to hang on your wall.
Hardware: Hanging hardware included (hand crafted french cleat)
NOTE: This is a “rustic” flag design. It is supposed to have minor imperfections. In the way Dolly Madison ran back into the White House, during the fire of 1812, to grab the only known painting of George Washington off the wall. It’s battle worn, it’s been burned, bloodied, torn, soiled. It has been ripped to pieces and placed back together again. It’s flawed and imperfect...yet it still stands.
Made in the USA by USMC Veteran - Semper Fi
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