As a sister settlement to the town of Jupiter to the north, the development was named, at some point in the 19th century, after Jupiter's wife, the ancient Roman goddess Juno. A pier was built in 1946 and the town was platted in 1948. The original pier was destroyed during a November storm in 1984 and a new 993-foot Juno Beach Pier built in 1999.
The 3D nautical wood map begins with Baltic birch laser-cut to create each layer of depth. A blue-green stain is applied to highlight the surrounding water, and points of interest are etched into the 3D wood map's surface for additional detail. A custom solid wood frame and acrylic sheet complete this one-of-a-kind nautical map.
|13.5" x 43"
|Baltic Birch wood & Plexiglass
|3D underwater topographic map (bathymetric chart) | Layered laser cut natural Baltic Birch wood | Carved relief of nautical terrain | Wooden chart work of art that will enhance any décor | Locations etched & highlighted with special technique | Color may
|Damp cloth wipe, do not use chemicals or detergents