Amish Barnstar 60CM

Amish Barnstar 60CM

145.00

These barn stars are hand pressed by Amish farmers out of old salvaged tin from roofs from barns and out-buildings. The tin is corrugated which gives the stars character. They have a primitive and rustic look, with some rusting. Because the stars are made by hand and from old materials, each will have variations in shading, possible peeling, small nail holes and wear than the ones shown. 

A barnstar is a object or image, often in the shape of a five-pointed star but occasionally in a circular "wagon wheel" style, used to decorate a barn in some parts of the United States, and many rural homes in Canada. They have no structural purpose but may be considered lucky, akin to a horseshoe mounted over a doorway They are especially common in Pennsylvania and frequently seen in German-American farming communities.

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