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Best
Halley Easel
JR880600 $710.00

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Best
Manzano Easel
JR883350 $435.00

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Best Classic
Sante Fe II Easel
JR880350 $1,210.00

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Best Classic Dulce Easel JR880200 $358.00

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Best B-Best Easel JR882200 $274.00

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Best A-Best Easel JR882100 $325.00

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Best Lobo Easel JR883200 $263.00

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Best Lite
B-Best Easel
JR882225 $263.00

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Lyptus
Aztec Easel
JR886001 $159.95

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Best Lite A-Best Easel JR882150 $274.00

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Best
San Pedro Easel
JR886004 $658.00

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Lyptus Dulce Ease JR840200 $199.95

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Lyptus Cascade Easel JR886042 $165.00

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Lyptus Lobo Easel JR883201 $209.50

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Lyptus Bassett Easel JR886044 $179.95

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Lyptus
Table Top Easel
JR844200 $119.00

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Lyptus
Mantoya Easel
JR886002 $159.95

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Lyptus
Navajo Easel
JR885301 $99.99

Each BEST Easel is made of American Red Oak, sanded to a smooth surface, then hand-rubbed with oil to reveal the inherent beauty of the wood grain. The craftsmen at BEST nail, glue, and wood screw every joint, ensuring strength and precision. Only the highest quality hardware is used as these easels are built to last a lifetime.

BEST easel Limited Lifetime Warranty BEST Artist Easels will repair or replace any part from any BEST Easel that proves defective with normal use within the lifetime of the original owner.

LYPTUSŪ Wood is a new trend in creating more environmentally responsible products. A premium-grade hardwood, LyptusŪ is grown on highly-productive, environmentally friendly plantations in South America. The plantations are a mix of eucalyptus trees and native tropical forest, ensuring a natural ecosystem.

Artists can feel good about using products made from LyptusŪ Wood. A naturally-occurring hybrid of Eucalyptus grandis and Eucalyptus urophylla, LyptusŪ forests are 11 times more productive than a temperate forest. Thriving in the warm climate of Brazil, LyptusŪ trees are ready for harvest in as little as 14-16 years as opposed to 50-70 years in colder regions. The LyptusŪ plantations have been an important force in reforesting the damaged native rainforests of Brazil.