4 Peg Personalized Coat Rack in Primary Colors - Damhorst Toys & Puzzles Inc Store
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4 Peg Personalized Coat Rack in Primary Colors

$59.95

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Availability: Allow approximately 2-3 weeks for creation and delivery

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No Knots!

A knot is where a limb or branch grew out from the tree. Knots can take on all shapes and sizes. The image below has a knot above the letter "i" and a knot on the front side of the stool. Our "No Knots" option insures that no knots are present on the top of the item being purchased. This option does not exclude a knot being present on the side of an item.

In House Rush!

Your order is assigned to one of our employees, prioritized in manufacturing and put to the head of our production line in order to ship ahead of our normal production schedule. This is not expedited shipping!

$59.95
  • Description
Item #: 403

  • All letters are removable
  • 11 Letter Maximum
  • Item comes with everything necessary to hang on the wall
  • 4 ˝" x 21" x 1 ˝"
  • FREE shipping and handling in the continental U.S.

Customer Experiences

i have been ordering your step stools since my kids were born....we still have them 24 + 25 years later!! a gift I always love to give. :)

leslie

I will be ordering two of the small step stools later when my great-grandsons are born, but just wanted to tell you that all 7 of my grandchildren have the step

Margaret

Thank you so much for the confirmation. Just wanted to say that we keep giving the step stools as baby gifts ever since our son received one 14 years ago. Every

Loryn

Dear Carol, When my daughter was born almost 4 years ago, someone gave her this same stool. That is how I know about your products. When my friend's granddaught

Lisa