A dragonfly that started with a meat fork found in a barn at the continent salvage site.
This ancient rusty fork had a really cool yellow color on the handle and I happen to have two pieces of 1920s baseboard made perfect wings to make it into a dragonfly. There’s a little brass widget that makes a face. I have no idea what these are but I found 5200 of them in the same barn at the Albright farmstead.
I’m out of the dragonfly on a piece of 100-year-old Southern yellow Pine salvaged at the Southern Drive site in Efland along the railroad tracks.
The piece measures about 12″ x 30″ and was purchased by Mrs. Burrows when she came to visit my Efland shop.