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Nature’s Wooden Treasures
Nature’s Wooden Treasures provides beautiful wooden pens, wine bottle holders, bottle openers, wine bottle stoppers, playing card holders, and trump markers. Owned by Mark Prahl, his love for woodworking began in wood shop class in the 1970’s. Since that time, he dabbled in various wood projects crafting items for his family including a grandfather clock, an old fashioned wagon. The wood came from the black walnut trees that were on his grandfather’s property in Northern Michigan. Part of his love for woodworking stems from his love for the wood’s natural beauty. The grain, texture and color are so magnificent. He has found great joy when he “Unlocks the Beauty” of each rough log and turns it into something beautiful and functional. Mark’s wood shop has become his second home. He personally hand-crafts each item. He turns each piece on his lathe and perfects the feel and shine with various coats of finish. Mark’s attention to detail and quality on each and every product is second to none.
Black Walnut .30 Caliber Bullet Pen
Black Walnut Slimline Pen
Black Walnut Gear Shift Pen
Solid Wood Curved Wine Bottle Holder
Solid Oak Michigan Wine Bottle Holder
Michigan Wine Bottle Stopper with Corkscrew
Gear Shift Wine Bottle Stopper
Solid Black Walnut Wedge Wine Bottle Holder
Solid Oak Michigan Bottle Opener
Solid Wood Wine Glass and Wine Bottle Holder
Solid Wood Playing Card Holder
Solid Wood Trump Marker for Card Games
Riverstone Gallery Photo Gifts
established it’s family owned and operated business in Sault Sainte Marie, Michigan in 1980. Riverstone Gallery offers unique Michigan themed jewelry, ornaments, household items, and other Michigan photo gifts. Riverstone Gallery has worked with City and Chamber of Commerce for business gifts, and was featured in Lake Superior Magazine and on Under the Radar.
A dye sublimation processed is used by firing the image into the surface of the item at high pressure and temperature for a long lasting gorgeous finish. The Michigan themed photo jewelry and household items feature photography by local photographers Gregory Steele and Allyson Schwartz.