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Flamingo Back Scratcher


The Flamingo Back Scratcher made by Erik Jorgensen – an exquisite fusion of functionality and artistry crafted from the finest exotic woods. This luxurious back scratcher is not just a tool; it's a statement piece that adds a touch of sophistication to your self-care routine.

Immerse yourself in the world of opulence with the Jorgensen Flamingo Back Scratcher, meticulously handcrafted from a selection of rare and exotic woods. Each piece is a testament to the artisan's skill, showcasing the natural beauty and unique grain patterns of the carefully chosen materials. The rich hues of the woods create a visually stunning masterpiece that's as much a delight to the eyes as it is to your senses.

The design of the back scratcher is inspired by the elegance of a flamingo, with a gracefully curved handle that fits comfortably in your hand. The smooth, polished surface glides effortlessly across your skin, providing instant relief to those hard-to-reach itches. Say goodbye to uncomfortable contortions or relying on inferior tools – the Jorgensen Flamingo Back Scratcher is designed for both efficiency and indulgence.

Not only does this back scratcher serve a practical purpose, but it also makes for an exceptional gift. Whether for a loved one or as a treat for yourself, the Jorgensen Flamingo Back Scratcher is a symbol of refined taste and self-care. Its exquisite craftsmanship ensures that it stands out as a unique and cherished possession for years to come.

Pamper yourself with the luxury you deserve – invest in the Jorgensen Flamingo Back Scratcher and elevate your self-care routine to new heights. It's more than a tool; it's an experience crafted from the heart of nature's most exclusive offerings.

Each Flamingo features an amber eye and a leather strap at the end.

Available in paduak, narra, zebra wood, leopard wood, maple, cherry, walnut, canary, sapele and goncalo.

Erik Jorgensen lives on the coast of Virginia with his wife and two sons. Woodworking started out as a way to relax after a hard day at the office. It has now turned into a full-time career. Most of the more than 40 different species of wood (including some one-of-a-kind pieces) used by Jorgensen Woodworking is purchased from local vendors. Endangered species are not used, and recycled materials are used whenever possible. Jorgensen Woodworking crafts many different unique and useful items, from cheese boards and oven squirrels to bud vases.

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