FINE AND RARE POLYCHROME PAINT-DECORATED WOODEN HORSE AND CARRIAGE DISPLAY PIECE, AMERICA, CIRCA 1915
FINE AND RARE POLYCHROME PAINT-DECORATED WOODEN HORSE AND CARRIAGE DISPLAY PIECE, AMERICA, CIRCA 1915
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FINE AND RARE POLYCHROME PAINT-DECORATED WOODEN HORSE AND CARRIAGE DISPLAY PIECE, AMERICA, CIRCA 1915
FINE AND RARE POLYCHROME PAINT-DECORATED WOODEN HORSE AND CARRIAGE DISPLAY PIECE, AMERICA, CIRCA 1915
FINE AND RARE POLYCHROME PAINT-DECORATED WOODEN HORSE AND CARRIAGE DISPLAY PIECE, AMERICA, CIRCA 1915
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FINE AND RARE POLYCHROME PAINT-DECORATED WOODEN HORSE AND CARRIAGE DISPLAY PIECE, AMERICA, CIRCA 1915

Estimate: 5,000 - 7,000 USD

FINE AND RARE POLYCHROME PAINT-DECORATED WOODEN HORSE AND CARRIAGE DISPLAY PIECE, AMERICA, CIRCA 1915

Estimate: 5,000 - 7,000 USD
Lot sold:5,250USD

Description

FINE AND RARE POLYCHROME PAINT-DECORATED WOODEN HORSE AND CARRIAGE DISPLAY PIECE, AMERICA, CIRCA 1915


carved wood, metal and leather model of a horse and carriage with driver.

Height 22 ¼ in. by Length 49 ¾ in. by Width 15 ¼ in.

Condition report

With one red bead detached and lacking three others.


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Provenance

Giampietro American Folk Art, New Haven, Connecticut.

Catalogue note

This piece was originally used in the window display of a St. Louis, Missouri tack shop.