PROPERTY OF A SOUTHERN COLLECTOR
A CARVED AND PAINTED WOOD WEATHERVANE

Details
A CARVED AND PAINTED WOOD WEATHERVANE
TOM SWAN, PENNSYLVANIA, C. 1889

White painted and shaped in the form of a swan, with hole eyes, open beak and articulated four-finger tail (neck repaired)--15in. high, 70in. length
Provenance
Jack Swan, Gatlinburg, Tennessee, 16 June 1964
Literature

Lot Essay

According to the original bill of sale, this weathervane was made by Tom Swan, an uncle of Jack Swan, for his farm in Pennsylvania. This original bill of sale accompanies the lot.

For a comparable swan, see Miller, Steve, The Art of the Weathervane (Exton, PA., 1984), p.106-107.
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