SALVAGED WOOD U.S. FLAG
Salvaged wood U.S. flag from reclaimed American lumber. We never use stains on our wood, so the color variations used to create the red and white stripes exist naturally in the varieties of old growth coastal redwood and Ponderosa pine we use. All of our work is proudly made in the United States.
Trees don’t grow on a single plane. They grow on the north slope. They grow on the south slope. They grow through the canopy of cathedral forests. They grow in the open of a fire born terrain. Straight & refined. Flamed & coarse. The grain of the tree is the texture of the land.
Salvaged Wood U.S. Flag
The lumber for this piece was salvaged from a dustbowl era farmhouse, circa 1920, in the Sonoran desert between Agua Caliente and Roll, AZ (PICTURED BELOW).
Salvaged Coastal Redwood & Western Cedar stripes
50 hand set cast iron stars
salvaged Ponderosa Pine star field
Hand ground steel fasteners
Fire blackened salvaged oak banding
Hand finished with raw tung oil
This flag is built with shiplap construction & hidden seams to allow the wood to expand & contract in both arid & humid environments
We use no dyes or paints. All contrasting colors are the result of nature, time, and the historical southwestern structures we salvage from
Dimensions: 71 X 42 inches
Mounting hardware included.
The dimensions & materials of this piece are customizable to your needs, depending on the impact & statement you want it to have. Please contact us to discuss the options.