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Lake Charlevoix 3-D Nautical Wood Chart 16 x 20 Driftwood Grey Frame
3D Lake Charlevoix Nautical Real Wood Map Depth Decorative Chart | Driftwood Grey


 
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Our new Driftwood Grey Frame Edition

New Driftwood Grey distressed frames with aqua-marine water color. Perfect complement to white & light-colored interiors!

3D Nautical Wood Chart Map: Lake Charlevoix Bathymetric Art

Lake Charlevoix is the third largest lake in Michigan and connects to the Great Lakes via Round Lake in Charlevoix. The lake's largest tributaries are the Jordan River feeding into the south arm at East Jordan and the Boyne River, flowing into the main basin from the east at Boyne City.. Whether you live on or near Lake Charlevoix or you simply enjoy visiting, this Lake Charlevoix laser cut wood map topography makes great home décor and perfect presents for boat owners.

3D Lake Charlevoix Nautical Wood Map

Our Lake Charlevoix laser cut wood map topography accurately depicts the shoreline and bottom contours of Lake Charlevoix. They are carved in Baltic Birch wood, framed with solid wood, and are crystal-clear acrylic covered. Intricate detail is both carved and laser etched into the artwork to create realistic and attractive maps that show precise shorelines, depths, landmarks and lettering. Our own finishing techniques bring out the Baltic Birch’s natural grain.

Order your Lake Charlevoix depth chart from Carved Lake Art today to get the most detailed chart on the market at the best price! Have a question? Get in touch! We’re here to help. Carved Lake Art is here to help.



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