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Little John’s Brooms are 100% handcrafted; he does not use machinery. His rustic brooms are made from all natural broom corn and hand selected handles of varying types of wood. He harvests many of the handles and has grown some of the broomcorn himself. As a result each broom has it’s own personality.

John is always on the look out for the perfect piece of wood for broom handles. Some are adorned with carvings and others are made with shed antlers and bones. Art brooms are made from a wide variety of found objects as well as other natural materials. Brooms can also be handcrafted to order, if you have a special piece of wood or other material John can make your broom to order; he can tye a broom to almost anything. 

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We make fancy sweeper brooms, spirit brooms with a carved face, a spectrum of beautiful wisk brooms, cobwebbers, double brooms and much more! All brooms with handles will have Little John’s mark so you’ll always know where it came from.

To view our full line of brooms click here.

Custom Brooms can be crafted upon request.

To view inscriptions and other adornments for your broom Click here

Blacksmiths! I can tye a broom onto your iron handles Click Here

I can also retye your old favorite worn out broom view examples here

 Please note that long handled brooms have an oversize surcharge. All packages are sent through the US Postal Service and we have this oversized surcharge calculated in the “Broom Rate” that you will see in our shopping cart. Unless you request insurance and/or confirmation of delivery this will not be provided. These services require an extra charge, and we will be happy to provide them and bill you, if you just let us know when you place your order.

Please note: orders to Alaska and Hawaii and may take longer to arrive. If you are in either of these locations and need expedited shipping please contact us directly to make arrangements.

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Wholesale inquiries are welcome email for more information.

Thanks for supporting a small artisan broom maker!

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