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NOTE: All brooms are made to order.


To review cord colors, go to the CORD STANDARD page on the site, and input the color of cord you would like in the text field.  This broom touts a plaited handle make from the broomcorn stalks.  Great to the touch!

Each broom is hand tied, one at a time. They average 11 1/2" in length and 9" in width.  The binding (cord) is a full-wrap.  Handle is plaited.  

Standard Broomcorn Hen's Wing Broom - Plaited Handle

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  • Our brooms are beautiful and functional. You'll want to hang them on your wall as art - and have them handy to clean-up that spill on the floor, in your garage, in your car.

    Broomcorn - the material used in this broom - wasn't developed until about 1765. Early in history, a preserved wing of a bird was used as a broom.  Next, birch twigs, dogwood twigs, or heather were used to produce a functional broom. When broomcorn was developed, one of the earliest folk broom styles to come about was to mimic the shape of birds' wings by tightly binding small bundles of broomcorn down one side like a wing bone, and fanning it out the other side like feather.

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