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Rooster & Cute Chick 21" Round Wood Sign by Rollie Brandt

Rooster & Cute Chick 21" Round Wood Sign

by Rollie Brandt

Item No: 5209608036

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Get ready for some clucks and chuckles when guests read this sign! Rollie Brandt's colorful chickens fit delightfully into country decor. Distressed with the look of aged barn wood. Ready to hang with key hole hanger. Designed and printed in the USA for indoor use only. Produced exclusively by Wild Wings. 21" dia.

Orientation:RoundBrand:Wild Wings
Height:21"Edition:Open Edition
Width:21"Medium:Wood
Depth:.38"Origin:Designed and printed in USA
Product Type:21" Round Wood SignDisplay Location:Wall Mount
Rollie Brandt

Rollie Brandt

Artist

As a child, Rollie Brandt knew what she wanted in life–to pursue a career in art. How fitting her exceptional talents are now realized nationally in endearing portrayals of children exploring their world and interacting with nature.

Known as “the artist” throughout her school days, young Rollie revealed an uncharacteristically...

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Description

Get ready for some clucks and chuckles when guests read this sign! Rollie Brandt's colorful chickens fit delightfully into country decor. Distressed with the look of aged barn wood. Ready to hang with key hole hanger. Designed and printed in the USA for indoor use only. Produced exclusively by Wild Wings. 21" dia.

Product Specifications
Orientation:RoundBrand:Wild Wings
Height:21"Edition:Open Edition
Width:21"Medium:Wood
Depth:.38"Origin:Designed and printed in USA
Product Type:21" Round Wood SignDisplay Location:Wall Mount
About the artist
Rollie Brandt

Rollie Brandt

Artist

As a child, Rollie Brandt knew what she wanted in life–to pursue a career in art. How fitting her exceptional talents are now realized nationally in endearing portrayals of children exploring their world and interacting with nature.

Known as “the artist” throughout her school days, young Rollie revealed an uncharacteristically...

Read More