PRODUCT ID : DCGS100215M2
During a summer outing through the country, we discovered an estate sale at a farm setting full of overlooked history. Why not pull over to see what we might discover? After anxiously digging deep into a bin of dusty artifacts, I was able to find a rusty old sign. What was the story behind it and what did it say about our country's history? The sign's message intrigued me enough to design a piece that would convey the same feelings today - feelings of pride and gratitude. Looking back at images of The Great War and recognizing the sacrifices made by a generation one century ago, inspired the designs of our metal signs collection. We hope you appreciate the combination of history and humor in each design.
This 8" x 12" embossed sign depicts historical images of the cooks and soldiers, not always in agreement, during World War One. A portion of the proceeds from the sale of this item goes to fund the building of the national World War One Memorial in Washington, D.C.
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Beautiful, ornamental, inexpensive and long lived, the Kwanzan Cherry Tree (a.k.a. Japanese Cherry, Hill Cherry, Oriental Cherry or East Asian Cherry) is a species of cherry native to Japan, Korea and China. It is known for its spring cherry blossom displays and festivals.Click for More Details