Electrical lineman

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Home is where your lineman is sign by CrackerChild on Etsy Lineman Love, Lineman Gifts, Power Lineman, Wood Walker, Wood Crafts, Fun Crafts, Electrical Lineman, Football Heart, Glass Insulators

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Wooden block sign measures 5 and a half inches wide by 7 inches tall, hand stained in a dark walnut with a climbing lineman on a pole with power lines and the phrase Home is where your Lineman is in white and a small red heart in the corner. The color of the heart can be changed see drop down menu for color options! Since we do use natural wood, grain, knots and bumps will vary slightly from block to block and they may soak up the stain a little differently. This only adds to the character…

I'm truly thankful for all the hard work our Linemen do regardless of the situation. I have been married to a lineman for forty-one years and truly understand the dangers. Lineman Love, Power Lineman, Mellow Yellow, Black N Yellow, Black And White, Color Yellow, Electrical Lineman, Journeyman Lineman, Man Wallpaper

I'm truly thankful for all the hard work our Linemen do regardless of the situation. I have been married to a lineman for forty-one years and truly understand the dangers. Thank You!!

"Tying in Conductor" Framed Art Print Lineman Love, Lineman Gifts, Power Lineman, Lineman Tattoo, Electrical Lineman, Cricut Monogram, Glitter Cups, Metal Artwork, Conductors

The Linemans Factory

Power Lineman Gifts - Shop lineman gifts, t-shirts, sculptures, framed art, custom awards, decals, posters, and more for all linemen, Journeyman Lineman to Apprentice Lineman.

Hemingray 45 glass insulator hanging candle votive by woodysrelics Hanging Candles, Votive Candles, Glass Insulators, Mason Jar Wine Glass, Solar Lights, Inspirational Gifts, Insulation, Dollar Stores, Tea Lights

Hemingray 45 glass insulator hanging candle votive | Etsy

So normally, I just sell my "finds", however my wife had something special in mind for these beautiful old Hemingray 45 glass insulators. These insulators are some of the most common you'll see. They were produced from 1938 until the early 1960s. So to add to their beauty, my wife added copper wire and beading to create these beautiful hanging candle holders. These would be a great addition hanging with a burning tea light on a deck or from a tree. From the top of the hook to the bottom of…