Amish and Mennonite Made products such as: Amish outdoor products, Amish lawn furniture, Amish made furniture, steam bent hickory furniture, lighthouses, windmills, Amish yard art and Mennonite outdoor products.
"YARD ART & MORE"
Quality built Amish and Mennonite outdoor lawn furniture is made from long lasting #1 pressure treated yellow pine.
Folding Adirondack chair end table 2 seat glider coffee table porch rocker
AMISH MADE OUTDOOR FURNITURE
Yard art and decorative lawn items built
by the Amish and Mennonite are made from long lasting #1 pressure treated
Miniature Dutch windmill (3 sizes) barrel planter gazebo bird feeder outdoor half planter
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Cedar chests and small crates built by the Amish and Mennonite are made from aromatic cedar
flat top chest (4 sizes) round top chest (4 sizes) crates (3 sizes)
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Choose your Amish craftsman designed miniature lighthouse from several models and 4 sizes in each model.
Amish craftsman design "Barney at lighthouse" Long Beach, New Jersey
"Cape Henry Lighthouse" Chesapeake Bay Virginia "Marblehead Lighthouse" Lake Erie, Ohio
"Vernillion Lighthouse" Lake Erie, Ohio
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The Amish Craftsman are known for their
quality built "Steam Bent Hickory Furniture".
steam bent hickory rockers (adult and child size) steam bent hickory stools steam bent hickory tables
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Rustic planters built with traditional Amish quality from recycled lumber for that antique look
rustic planters rustic buckboard rustic wheelbarrow rustic hay wagon
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QUALITY BUILT AMISH AND MENNONITE PRODUCTS BROUGHT TO YOU BY
"YARD ART & MORE"
The Amish People have settled in twenty four States and Canada. They are known for their quality craftsmanship. We want to show you, by way of the Internet, some of the many items they build. It is not possible to communicate via the Internet with the Amish People because they do not have electricity or telephones in their homes. The best way to communicate with the Amish and see fine examples of the craftsmanship that goes into everything that they build is to visit an "Amish Community"
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