A MOLDED AND GILDED COPPER HORSE AND SULKY WEATHERVANE
A MOLDED AND GILDED COPPER HORSE AND SULKY WEATHERVANE

POSSIBLY A.L. JEWELL (ACTIVE 1852-1867), WALTHAM, MASSACHUSETTS

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A MOLDED AND GILDED COPPER HORSE AND SULKY WEATHERVANE
Possibly A.L. Jewell (active 1852-1867), Waltham, Massachusetts
The semi-silhouette horse with hole eyes and notched mouth running on a sheet metal landscape with attached silhouette driver seated on a two-wheel mount, on a modern base

25¾in. high, 46¼in. wide, 5in. deep the base

Lot Essay

For a Jewell prancing horse weathervane also with center-ridge molded tail on a sheet metal landscape, see Miller, The Art of the Weathervane (Exton, PA, 1984), p. 26.
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