four seasons lazy susanby Sarah Grant $400.00
- the story
The Whole Year 'Round
Whether you put it to work passing condiments or leave it out on display as a work of art, this stunning Lazy Susan is sure to bring you a whole year's worth of home-spun warmth.
Artist Sarah Grant's illustration, depicting the four seasons surrounding a secluded mountain cottage, is etched into birch or poplar wood and then hand-painted in vibrant colors. Around the edge are etched blessings, wishes and secrets for a happy life. Handmade in Iowa.
Unfortunately, this item cannot ship outside of the United States at this time.
- Item ID
- Made from
- 3" H x 20" dia.; 11 lbs.
- Use soap and water or non-abrasive household cleaning products. For indoor use only.
- the maker
In 1992, artist Sarah Grant started her distinctive line of furniture, accessories and object art. She began by designing smaller items such as ornaments and candlesticks, and has since designed larger items such as dining sets, beds and armoires.
Each piece is handcrafted in her award-winning studio in Des Moines, Iowa. All pieces are finely crafted from birch, poplar and driftwood. The pieces are further designed with hand drawn imagery, etched contouring and vibrantly blended paint. Pieces can be embellished with 3-D wood components, metal and fabric. Grant's line is constantly evolving due to the imagination of her design team and the many talented craft artisans that she employs.
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Comments about Four Seasons Lazy Susan:
We bought one of these lazy susans several years ago in Vermont. We use it for our busy table on the screened porch. It looks the same today as when we bought it, surviving 8 grandchildren, lots of friends, hot pots and dishes and many spills.