Size: 14" wide by 43" high
Locale: Wisconsin and Michigan
Entering the bay from the south, boats are tempted to pass through a treacherous strait, which is littered with shipwrecks and certainly not to be trifled with. Early French explorers knew it as "Death's Door", which is a name they adopted from the natives. The origin of that spooky moniker is a particularly fascinating story about two sparring tribes.
Construction: This piece comes ready to hang, pre-framed in a custom, solid-wood frame. Its rich contours are carefully crafted from laser-cut layers of Baltic birch, which are hand colored and glued together with the intent that each becomes a prized conversational piece and treasured heirloom.
It was designed in the United States, crafted in a family-owned shop overseas, and imported.
Points of Interest: Door and Garden Peninsulas, Bay de Noc, Sturgeon Bay, Chambers and Washington Islands, Marinette, Escanaba, and more!