Condition: Weathering, great patina, tiny bit of mustache loss, displays well
Additional Information: This gig with knife blade thin paddles displays traces of
original paint and a robust weathered patina. Of special interest are the sheet iron
epaulettes, carved shoes, and brass buttons. The gig comes with a small wall bracket
for display; we can have fabricated a display stand for flat surface.
Dewy Boy Sailor Whirligig, Small, Carved and Painted, Possibly Nantucket - SOLD
(Paddles replaced; H: 8.5”, W: 6.5”)
1163-3 - SOLD
Whirligig, Folk Art, Man Wearing Hat Similar to Kepi, Square Nailed, Great Surface
19th Century (1860 to 1870ish)
Unknown Maker - SOLD
Competently carved, square nails secure armature, goateed man wearing kepi/ forage cap with leather brim reminiscent of Civil War era; carved and painted facial features.
(H on Stand: 19"; H: 11")
853-18 - SOLD
Man Standing in Boat Whirligig
Late 19th to Early 20th Century - SOLD
Interesting form. Remnants of old greenish-blue paint. No arms. Measures 15-inches by 3-inches by 12-inches.
125-2 - SOLD
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