The sunflower is colorful and the sign is welcoming. Present a cheerful welcome greeting for friends and family that come to your home. Tall vertical front porch, business entry or garden sign.
The raw edge exposed the remnants of worm trails and insect holes. This welcome sign has a lot of character and color.
Made with the outer surface cut of the cedar tree trunk, the back is flat and the bark is removed.
Rare wood, Port Orford cedar welcome sign. The lettering and artwork is hand carved and painted. It is stained in Ebony and finished with two coats of marine varnish for a long lasting resistance to moisture and UV rays.
This sign is made to stand in a leaning position. You can add hanging hardware if you like.
Measures approximately 59.5"h x 12"w x 3"d
Port Orford cedar is so named because it was first discovered near Port Orford in Oregon in the early 1800’s. Also known as ginger cedar or Lawson cedar, Port Orford cedar is a hidden gem in the realm of strong, lightweight, rot resistant timber.
Due to the limited growing range, Port Orford cedar’s demand usually exceeds its supply.
Port Orford cedar's native range is limited to southwest Oregon and northwest California. The coast mountains of Oregon's Coos and Curry counties have the largest stands of Port Orford cedar.