Just a beautiful rendition of the Confederate Battle Flag that is charred and distressed to give it a "rustic" look.
Designed by William Porcher Miles, the chairman of the Flag and Seal Committee of the Confederate Provisional Congress, the flag now generally known as the "Confederate flag" was initially proposed, and rejected, as the national flag in 1861. The design was instead adopted as a battle flag by the Army of Northern Virginia (ANV) under General Robert E. Lee.
Most popular today is a rectangular variant of the originally square ANV battle flag, common in modern reproductions. (A similarly rectangular flag was used during the war by the Army of Tennessee under General Joseph E. Johnston.) Despite never having historically represented the Confederacy as a country nor officially recognized as one of the national flags, it is commonly referred to as "the Confederate Flag" and has become a widely recognized symbol of the American South. It is also known as the "rebel flag", "Dixie flag", and "Southern cross" and is often incorrectly referred to as the "Stars and Bars". (The actual "Stars and Bars" is the first national flag, which used an entirely different design.) The self-declared Confederate exclave of Town Line, New York, lacking a genuine Confederate flag, flew a version of this flag prior to its 1946 vote to ceremonially rejoin the Union.
Any questions you may have or want a custom piece,
All the items that are listed are far from what we can do here. If there is something that you have in mind that you do not see, please feel free to give a shout. We are getting new design orders everyday, so don't be afraid to ask. I can make just about anything you want to give as a gift for that some one special or to hang on your own wall.
Because each of our pieces is hand cut from wood that can have a rough texture, knots, small cracks or other "imperfections" that add to its rustic nature, painted with paints mixed right on the piece, and hand distressed, no two will ever be exactly the same.