In the 18th century, whaling out of Nantucket was a major deep-sea industry, with voyages extending for years at a time. These trips started at the Dry Goods Shoppe to acquire provisions for year-long voyages. This replica sign has a distressed paint finish and is great indoors and can be displayed outdoors in a semi-protected area. Keyhole in the back makes for quick and easy hanging.
Slippin' Southern has revived the art of handcrafted wood signs, with a collection that blends charmingly modern shapes and phrases with vintage-style finishes. Artist Gregory Morris, a former art director and creative director, mines his Southern roots for inspiration, and the results are undeniably winsome.