Horse Jumping Through Hoop 19c Weathervane Weather Vane 19th Century Americana American Folk Art
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19th century gilt copper hollow body horse jumping through a hoop weathervane, with an applied molded zinc head , very nice flowing form and wind wiped maim, some normal wear including with b-b gun pelts, traces of the original gilding, overall a fantastic piece of 19th century Americana folk art which would make a fantastic addition to any fine household or collection.
SIZE: 30" Length x 20 1/2" Width x 24" Height.
CONDITION: Normal wear, overall very good.
- Island Park, New York
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