|Item Weight||1.16 pounds|
|Product Dimensions||22.4 x 21.1 x 1.6 inches|
|Item model number||20009|
Klikel Bronze Metal Family Tree with 6 Hanging Picture Photo Frames
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- Show how your family tree has blossomed with this unique bronze tree with hanging picture frames
- Features 6 hanging picture frames
- Display on the stand or hang on the wall
- Makes the perfect gift for Mother's Day
- Approximate Measures approximately: Tree: 20" High x 18" Wide; Frames: 1.5" Wide x 2.5" High
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Crafted of bronze metal material family tree with 6 photo frames beautiful gift for parents or grandparents additional frames available measures approximately 20 high x 18 wide.
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I'd like to include an interesting and true story about Abraham Lincoln.
The future president was challenged to a duel in September 1842 by a man named James Shields. The trouble began when a satiric letter to the editor was published in The Sangamon Journal, a daily newspaper in Illinois where Lincoln was living at the time. Signed by “Rebecca,” the letter accused Shields, the Illinois state auditor, or being “a ballroom dandy.”
That was a serious insult. Worse yet, it wasn’t the first letter in The Sangamon Journal to poke fun at Shields. When he found out that the real authors were Mary Todd—Lincoln’s fiancée—and one her friends, he was furious, and challenged Lincoln to a duel.
Lincoln accepted because he had to defend his lady’s honor. He also felt he had to, because he’d written the first in the series of published anti-Shields letters. His was much more sedate—it was critical of Shields’ support of a risky state economic plan. (Lincoln had also signed his letter.)
The two parties agreed to meet on Sunflower Island in Missouri on September 22—dueling had gotten so out of hand in Illinois that it had been banned statewide. Lincoln knew he wouldn’t stand a chance at besting Shields, a skilled marksman, if they used pistols. But as he was the acceptor of the challenge, and not the instigator, he got to choose the rules, and he called for duel to be fought with swords.
Nevertheless, he was eager to end the dispute without any bloodshed. He came up with a plan: When Shields showed up for the duel, Lincoln broke out his sword and quickly sliced a large branch off a tree, proving his superior strength and reach, hoping to spook his opponent. Instead, it reportedly nearly brained Shields. Mission accomplished: Shields, realizing that the duel may not end so well for him, called the whole thing off. He and Lincoln patched things up and were later spotted politely chatting after their return from the island.
Overall this product is of pretty good quality. The colors are beautiful and it seems sturdy enough to last for years. You can add more frames and they still hold without looking weird (I bought four extra frames and it still looks great). I love that you can take the base off and mount the tree on the wall.
However, the packaging is worrisome: the product box came in an amazon box that was nearly four times its size with a lot of paper, which is weird but not necessarily unsafe. However when I pulled the product box out of the amazon box I could hear all of the parts moving inside. Since I bought this as a Christmas present for my grandmother, I decided to open to box to make sure everything was still in tact. While nothing was actually broken, none of the parts had been secured very well. It was apparent that the tree part was supposed to be held in place with zip ties but all of the zip ties were cut and the tree was sliding around all over the box. The frames, which were apparently at one point taped to the cardboard backing, had not been well secured at all and had all fallen to the bottom of the box. Four of the frames were fine, but two were damaged. One of the frames I believe was damaged in the box (there is a rather large dent in the plastic slip that protects the picture), the other I think was made faulty and sent anyway (the backing of the frame that is used to change the picture is deformed and does not fit in the frame without sticking out very noticeably).
These minor defects are only enough to really knock one star off my rating, as thankfully replacement frames are pretty cheap.