The Puerto Rican flag has a long history--it can be traced to 1868 when the first Puerto Rican flag, "The Revolutionary Flag of Lares," was used. The current flag, which is remarkably similar to the 1868 version, was officially adopted by the commonwealth in 1952. It has been used as a symbol of pride, defiance and protest. This is my rustic and distressed version (I do a clean version as well). The star is 3D which is sort of my signature, but I really think it makes the piece so much more interesting. It's made from reclaimed wood and will make a perfect addition to any home, restaurant, bar, etc..
It's handmade from 100% reclaimed wood. Each piece is totally unique so the item may differ slightly from photos. It is equipped with a hanger on the back so it's ready to hang on the wall. The sizes given are approximate.