Scroll Square Garden Stake

$21.95 USD
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Item# 97312
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  • Screws together for a secure fit and easy assembly
  • Extra durable ground stake for added support
  • A fun and decorative addition to your garden or yard
  • Stands approximately 27" high; fits a 4-1/2" tile or panel

Product Description

Make a statement in your yard or garden with a personalized tile, stained glass or mosaic panel.  This whimsical little stand features black scroll work surrounding a metal frame to house your custom artwork. Frame measures approximately 7-5/8" and holds a 4-1/2" tile or panel - simply secure with silicone adhesive. Extra sturdy metal stake for extra stability for your glass art. Stands approximately 27" high.

Dragonfly tile from book Kiln Formed Glass (item #9221), fused holiday tile created using pre-cut glass by artist Karenia Randle.

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4 out of 5 stars
  •   garden stakes
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Pros : Stand makes lovely garden stakes.
Cons : expensive
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  •   Summer fun
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Pros : easy to use
Cons : none
Other Thoughts : everyone who sees these yard stakes comments how much they like them as they can be seen in a flower garden easily.
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  •   Versatile gift idea
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Pros : Combine this with a Delphi’s pre cut flower or dragonfly or some small flowers on a 4-1/4” piece of glass.
Cons : None
Other Thoughts : Great gift idea for almost anyone. Can easily be put in a larger porch flower pot.
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