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$ 68.00An awesome employee incentive! Do your executives and sales staff deserve recognition for a job well-done? Inside the hinged box is a gold accented compass in the bottom and clock with Quartz movement in the top. Both instruments are nestled into recessed areas that when the case is open, both devices can be viewed. Includes four foam feet to protect surfaces while displayed in home office or business. Can be easily personalized or monogrammed. Gift boxed.
$ 6.98 $ 4.99Licensed horse sketch artwork against a rustic orange background. Features nylon rope handles and an attached matching gift card. Generously sized to hold a variety of presents for the equestrian enthusiast. Order in multiples to always have on hand for last minute gifts.
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Western Tradition "Boss Lady" by artist June Dudley. Front: Depicts a young cowgirl all dressed up in chaps, boots, and a cowboy hat with hands on her hips in an authoritative manner while giving her young pup some cowgirl wisdom. Inside: "You're there....I'm here....And that just chaps my hide. Miss You" with matching colored artwork and envelope. Printed on recycled paper using soy based inks. Made in the USA.
Dimensions: 6.75" H x 4.75" W
About the artist: June Dudley's paintings have a dynamic, life-giving quality attributable to her fresh and vibrant coloration that has become a trademark of her work. Her paitnings reflect the romance and beauty of nature, which inspires the soul. Growing up on the Texas ranch that has been in her family for four generations, June says, "The outdoors was my world and it instilled in me a deep love of the land, which I am told comes through in my paintings." Her paintings reflect her experience in yet another way: "All of the figures in my paintings are either family or very close friends." Over the years, her work has graced the covers of several magazines, received mumerous awards, and has been commissioned by a number of companies. June and her husband Richard continue to run the same ranch where her great-grandfather bought the first herd of Hereford cattle more than 100 years ago.
Please note: images are the sole property of Leanin' Tree. Your card will arrive without water marks.