Look what’s new at Tailwinds! This fabulous canvas giclee airplane art is of the de Havilland DH-4 airplane. The art, by award winning aviation artist, William Phillips, will put a bit of aviation history on your wall. The DH-4s were WW I planes that were converted by the U.S. Postal Service to carry the air mail. Famous pilots like Charles Lindbergh was one of these air mail pilots.
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Congratulations to J.S. in Ventura, California, winner of the Tailwinds product review contest for a $50 gift certificate. Attached is the photo of his purchase of the P-51 Mustang Ceiling Fan. Tailwinds also thanks all the other participants for their valuable opinion in completing product reviews!
Check out the large Sopwith Camel Propeller from Tailwinds. It is our newest offering in decorative propellers. The Sopwith Camel was a British World War I biplane fighter aircraft, and recalls the early days of aviation. It helps to evoke the nostalgia of aerial “dogfights.” This replica Sopwith Camel Airplane Propeller is crafted from solid wood, like the original, and displays the same interesting contoured shape found on many Sopwith Camel aircraft.
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Customer’s often ask for recommendations when selecting a decorative wood propeller. This large, over 6 feet, Vintage Wood Propeller is our most popular propeller. The excellent craftsmanship, as noted in the product description, is one reason for its popularity. Another reason is the fact that the antique brass edging goes over both the front and back of the leading edge. Some propellers have the brass edge on only the front of the blade. This makes the Vintage Wood Propeller much more realistic as it is closer to replicating real early day propellers. Please call 800-Tailwinds (1-800-824-5946) or email firstname.lastname@example.org with any questions about our line of decorative propellers.
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