Horseshoe Hearts

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Horseshoe Hearts by SilverJack IronWorks

In 1990, longtime Nevada artist Bill Rountree created the first "Horseshoe Heart." By combining the lucky horseshoe and the loving symbol of the heart, he created a new dual symbol...
                   Luck & Love
... two things of which we can never have enough.

Crafted from real St. Croix horseshoes, Horseshoe Hearts are a fine gift for

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Weddings

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Anniversaries

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Valentine's Day

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Housewarmings

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Birthdays

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Anytime you want to say, "I Love You!" or "Thank You!"

They are lovely decorative items for inside or out and may be decorated in many different ways, and changed seasonally.

 The hearts do not come decorated. We have provided pictures of a few decorating ideas: with feathers and beads, with dried flowers and one with a real red rose.

The Heart and "Sole" of the West

Horses have played an important role throughout the history of the West. From Welsh ponies to giant Percherons, Thoroughbreds to Quarter Horses, their power and agility, their work is made possible by an elegantly simple device - the horseshoe.

Caring for your Horseshoe Heart

The iron of the heart has been left uncoated so the owner may use any of the following options to individualize the heart:

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Untreated it will rust evenly and naturally.

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It may be sealed with a spray wax or a clear sealer.

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You may paint it any color.

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You can even have it plated with copper, bronze, silver or gold.

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A flower bouquet attached to one side is a nice accent.

Please enjoy this gift of a heart from the heart of Nevada.

Pricing

1 Heart - $30

Price includes shipping and sales tax

Pricing subject to change. Prices effective October 11, 2013.

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This site was last updated October 11, 2013.