These unique hand bent photo holders are repurposed from vintage silver-plated dinner forks.
Each photo holder comes with five photo cards in your choice of size and format. Choose borderless, bordered or retro style cards with a caption. Your favourite photos can be displayed portrait or landscape and photos can be stored behind the one on display. Rotate the photos regularly for a fresh new look.
Every fork is different and that makes it unique. They add a touch of handmade vintage elegance to any tabletop.
Each fork easel is approximately 7” heigtht x 2” width x 2.5” depth.
When ordering multiples, the forks will not be the same pattern.
Printed on premium, archival quality, acid-free paper. FSC® certified. Post consumer recycled content
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Each order = 1 tree planted
With each order, photoroost supports ongoing tree-planting throughout North America.
1 order = 1 tree planted
There is no limit to the number of trees we will plant, so order today for a greener tomorrow.
We support ‘quality-based’ reforestation that focuses on projects having long-term survival rates. One must care for the trees during all the stages of growing, transplanting and maintenance. This means:
Planting only in no-logging locations such as riparian zones and wilderness areas.
Making sure that we only participate in projects with very high,
long-term survival rates, and
Spending on average $0.85 cents per seedling out of each dollar.
California: Replenish forests damaged by fire, drought and disease. Many tree-planting locations protect streams and rivers. We plant in various locations throughout the state.
Colorado: Replenish forests ravaged by the Pine Bark Beetle, fires and the 2013 flood.
Florida: Replenish forests damaged by hurricane and fire.
Georgia: Replenish public lands needing additional hardwood reforestation.
New York: Reforest denuded areas receiving little funding and attention. Many areas are along rivers and streams.
Ohio: Reforest denuded areas receiving little funding and attention.
Tennessee: Replenish public lands needing additional hardwood reforestation.
Vermont: Reforest denuded areas receiving little funding and attention. Many areas are along rivers and streams.
Washington: Reforest public lands that have lost trees to disease and other factors. Many areas are along rivers and streams.
Wisconsin: Reforest denuded areas receiving little funding and attention. Some of these areas are along lakes and campgrounds.
Alberta and Central British Columbia: Deforestation due to the Mountain Pine Beetle in Alberta
Ontario: Deforestation due to the Asian Longhorned Beetle in the Greater Toronto Area
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