Martin Pierce Hardware wishes you a Happy 4th of July

Enjoy the traditions this holiday brings—picnics, long days spent at the beach, family gatherings, food that is not particularly good for you but delicious nevertheless, patriotic music, hokey decorations, ice cream, hometown parades, a prideful feeling when the flag marches by, and a big thanks to all the service men and women who dedicate their careers to serving this country and to their enduring families.  And let’s not forget the best part of this holiday———-FIREWORKS!

Want to know the history of the American Flag?  The Smithsonian Institute has a great interactive website that provides an overview of the flag as well as the conservation project on the very first American Flag that is housed at the museum.   Check it out here…it is really very interesting and a lot of fun.

 

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About martinpierceblog

Martin and Anne Pierce live in Los Angeles California with their beloved rescue dog, Iris. Martin's custom designs reflect his love of nature and include beautiful vine and fern drawer pulls, a realistic yet whimsical collection of bugs and other critters on door hardware and charming floral designs on everything from door levers to bathroom accessories. He also enjoys creating sculptural contemporary pieces that are easy to access for those with limited physical capabilities. All of Martin's designs are hand carved and cast in their Los Angeles studio where there is truly something for everyone. Please contact us with any questions or custom queries
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