Tennessee Easel was
established in Jan 2008 when Miles Wilson and Chuck
Mayfield made their first wire easel. Their original
location presented many challenges… It was small and
not suited for easel manufacturing and the equipment
was old and needed much repair. In Dec of 2008, just
in time for the New Year, with little money, but
with a lot of determination, they purchased five
acres with a more modern building. With the
additional room, they added three modern welders and
the third wire straighten machine.
In early 2009 a monument saddle line was
added. Our florist saddles are made from
.120 wire. This heaver saddle with true
rubber grips will hold in place and grip the
monument better. Our saddles are some of the
heaviest in the industry.
In mid 2010, a wire storage room was
With this addition Tennessee Easel
can now store over 1,000,000 lbs of
various size wire.
Also with this capability,
turnaround time on easel production is
Tennessee Easel is committed
in developing long-term relationships with
our customers that value honesty, dependable
service, and mutual profits. You will fine
true southern hospitality along with our own
brand of personal care.
To meet or exceed our customers needs by
providing quality easels and monument
To provide a safe and secure working
environment for our employees and
opportunities for their personal growth as
well as job and financial security.
At Tennessee Easel, a family atmosphere will
always be a way of life.
- Tennessee Easel is conveniently
in the middle of the USA, just off
of one of the country's
- major shipping-lanes, I-24 and