Tree Monogram

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  • Brass
  • Wipe with dry cloth
  • 10"-12"H, 3"-3.5"W
  • Imported
  • Style #: 21306113
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Rated 5 out of 5 by little trees cute way to put a child's initials in their room instead of the usual wall hanging letters, I used a single letter setting on a wall shelf and it looks nice alone, but it would be adorable to spell out an entire name if you could afford a forest January 25, 2012
Rated 5 out of 5 by Perfect for earrings I bought this to use as a display for my jewelry that I sell at a market in Boston - and always get compliments. It holds earrings well and I don't have to worry about them falling off. If they were cheaper, I would buy my entire brand name! :) April 2, 2012
Rated 5 out of 5┬áby Pretty - Enchanted Forest D├ęcor Very pretty! They remind me a little bit of an illustration come to life and they adds a touch of whimsy, a fairy tale accent mark to a desk or a bookshelf or a vanity. I have mine sitting on my desk by my computer, and I'm very tempted to buy a couple letters as Christmas gifts. I'm even a little tempted to eventually work up to spelling my name. NowI ordered online and had a few qualms, but now that I've seen and held one of these letters, all qualms have been laid to rest. The brassy finish has a nice and subtle sheen. The letter is a lot lighter than I thought it would be, so if you were thinking about this for a child's room, don't worry on that count. I have heavier children's books and I won't be worrying about it falling and hurting anybody/breaking anything. The price is fine; not the best deal ever, but not overpriced. One of the qualms I had involved my letter. My first name starts with a 'J' and I thought the longer letters didn't look as neat as the twisty and more branchy letters, but I shouldn't have worried. Did I mention yet that it's pretty? Really pretty? Because it really is, and the design is simple enough that it's pretty versatile - could look good in a number of diffrent style rooms. :) I tried it out in a couple before settling on my desk. September 28, 2012
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