Crushed Velvet Neon Heart Light

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Turn on your love light with this neon crushed velvet heart. This sensual prop was originally created as a decorative focal point for the Valentine’s Day dinner seatings and party at a trendy restaurant and lounge. Made of velvet, with a wood base, the red neon surrounds the heart in a halo of seductive light. It is powered by a solid state transformer, with 6′ cord, which plugs into a 120V (house current) grounded receptacle. The entire piece weighs less than 20#, complete with hanger assembly.

Measurements: 42″ tall, 44″ wide, 4.5″ deep

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Carved Heart 3 Dimensional Pictogram Art Card

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Can’t find the right words? Can’t quite say it? Want to remind someone just how much you love them any time, any day? They will love this “eye heart U” I love you 3 dimensional pictogram! A lasting reminder! Place it on their desk, on their pillow, or in the kitchen when the time calls for a reminder of your true feelings.

We hand carved each, one of a kind piece, out of poplar wood, front and back, then stained a passionate red. One, of a limited series, it will define your sentiments without saying a word.

Visit our Etsy store to get yours!

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Odd Fellows Wood Furniture

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This old Odd Fellows lectern or stand, with carved relief symbols, is the perfect height to display a favorite object or a beautiful fern. We purchased it in the 80s from an antique dealer in Lebanon, Ohio who was a collector of secret society relics and oddities.The warmth of the honey toned stained oak and perhaps some yellow pine detail glows. It also has character derived from the carved symbols particularly the heart and hand suggesting its original use at an Odd Fellows lodge.

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