Holly and Ivy Hawktail Whisk Broom by Redmond Philbert Handwork

$55.00

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“Holly and Ivy” Hawktail Whisk Broom handmade by Robert Sheckler of Redmond Philbert Handwork, Yarmouth, ME.

Tied with metallic jute that accentuates the natural, cranberry, and green broomcorn.

Large hawktails are useful for sweeping larger areas like steps, porch, living room, or den.  They are cut flat so they can be used with a dustpan.  “Holly and Ivy” was featured in Maine Homes magazine’s recent gift guide!
Avoid direct sunlight to keep colors bright.

Measures approximately 16″ long and 8″ wide.  You will receive the exact broom pictured here.

Handmade corn brooms are truly pieces of functional art, as beautiful as they are practical. Natural broomcorn, a renewable resource, simply sweeps better than synthetic plastic alternatives. Plus, you’ll never want to hide this striking piece of art in a closet or a cupboard!

Robert is an enthusiastic learner, teacher, and crafter living and working in the Portland area. Beyond the visceral joy of broom-making, Robert is interested in elevating natural materials over synthetic alternatives and loves to incorporate color into his work, making an everyday object and an everyday activity feel special, vibrant, and even fun.

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“Holly and Ivy” Hawktail Whisk Broom handmade by Robert Sheckler of Redmond Philbert Handwork, Yarmouth, ME.

Tied with metallic jute that accentuates the natural, cranberry, and green broomcorn.

Large hawktails are useful for sweeping larger areas like steps, porch, living room, or den.  They are cut flat so they can be used with a dustpan.  “Holly and Ivy” was featured in Maine Homes magazine’s recent gift guide!
Avoid direct sunlight to keep colors bright.

Measures approximately 16″ long and 8″ wide.  You will receive the exact broom pictured here.

Handmade corn brooms are truly pieces of functional art, as beautiful as they are practical. Natural broomcorn, a renewable resource, simply sweeps better than synthetic plastic alternatives. Plus, you’ll never want to hide this striking piece of art in a closet or a cupboard!

Robert is an enthusiastic learner, teacher, and crafter living and working in the Portland area. Beyond the visceral joy of broom-making, Robert is interested in elevating natural materials over synthetic alternatives and loves to incorporate color into his work, making an everyday object and an everyday activity feel special, vibrant, and even fun.

Additional information

Weight 1.2 lbs
Dimensions 16 × 8 × 3 in

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