Folk Art – Game Boards,Mechanical Banks

Peacock

American, 20th Century
We are offering a contemporary paint decorated wooden carved peacock by Pennsylvania carver and painter, Keith Collins. the head is a teal color extending down the back of the bird. The bill is yellow and the eyes are white. The teal back and sides blend into a red chest. There are small golden wing on either side. The bird stands on a 4 layered multicolored pedestal. The legs and feet are red with the feet spayed over the pedestal. The tail is fluted,teal background with golden medallions throughout. The back of the tail is teal. The piece is signed on the bottom of the pedestal. This piece is in excellent condition . The dimensions are 20 1/2" H, 22" W, 7"base diameter.

# 3308-1420

$1250.00


Ladies of the Club

Lancaster County,PA., 21st Century
We are offering a contemporary carved and painted hen walking through the barnyard. The head sports a red crown with light yellow extending to the back feathers.The back feathers are carved in a raised position with red feathering and black tips.The tail joins the side feathers and ends in black. The wings on both sides are extended from the body and painted in red over black feathering. The eyes are black ,circled in red while the beak is yellow mustard. Yellow extends around the sides blending into a yellow-green-white feathered chest. The bird stands on a muted yellow-white-green pedestal. The legs and feet are black / yellow with the feet spayed over the pedestal. The carver belongs to an old order Mennonite Community in Lancaster County. His daughter paints all his carvings while his nieces paint panels and canvases. Each piece is made entirely by hand. Each artist is self taught capturing life on the farm into their works. This piece is in excellent condition. This piece is 10"h and 6" wide.

# DMD BH 13-02

$95.00


Fracktur Bird

American - Lancaster County, 21 st Century
We are offering a contemporary carved and painted bird in the "Fracktur" tradition of Pennsylvania. The head is red with black over red feathering extending down the tail. The eyes and beak are black. Red extends around the sides blending into a yellow chest. There are green-black wings on either side. The bird stands on a muted-green-yellow pedestal. The tail is straight black over red. The carver belongs to an old order Mennonite Community in Lancaster County. His daughter paints all his carvings while his nieces paint panels and canvases. Each piece is made entirely by hand. each artist is self taught capturing life on the farm into their works. This piece is in excellent condition. The dimensions are 8" high, 9 1/4' Wide.

# DMD BH 13-08

$75.00


Dapper Dan

American, 20th Century
We are offering a contemporary wood carving of a 19th century gentleman. This gentleman looks as if he is out for a stroll with his black top hat and gold cane. He is dressed in a black top coat with grey trousers,three button ecru vest, white shirt, black silk tie, black shoes with ecru spats. His one hand is at his side while the other rests comfortably on the cane which extends to the base. He is standing on a black base.The piece is not signed. This piece is in excellent condition. The dimensions are 24" h and 6 1/4" at the base.

# 3308-3435

$1500.00


Barnyard Boys II

Lancaster County,Pa., 21st Century
We are offering a contemporary carved and painted rooster welcoming the day. The head sports a red pointed comb with green over yellow feathering extending to the tail.The tail sports long,curved feathers in green and white over black. The tail is carved to distinguish the feathers bringing life to the piece. The eyes are black ,circled in white & red while the beak is yellow. Yellow extends around the sides blending into a yellow-green feathered chest. There are yellow-red extended wings on either side merging into the tail. The bird stands on a black pedestal. The legs and feet are yellow with the feet spayed over the pedestal. The piece is signed on the bottom of the pedestal. The carver belongs to an Old Order Mennonite Community in Lancaster County. His daughter paints all his carvings while his nieces paint panels and canvases. Each piece is made entirely by hand. Each artist is self taught capturing life on the farm into their works. This piece is in excellent condition. This piece is 9"H and 9" W.

# DMD BH 13-01 A

$95.00


Barnyard Boys

American - Lancaster County, 21st Century
We are offering a contemporary carved and painted rooster welcoming the day. The head sports a red crown with yellow and green over yellow feathering extending to the tail.The tail sports long,curved feathers in green and blue over black. The tail is carved to distinguish the feathers bringing life to the piece. The eyes are black ,circled in red while the beak is yellow. Yellow extends around the sides blending into a yellow-green feathered chest. There are green-orange wings on either side which are also carved. The bird stands on a muted yellow-brown-green pedestal. The pedestal is three tiered with carvings on each tier. The piece is signed on the bottom of the pedestal. The carver belongs to an old order Mennonite Community in Lancaster County. His daughter paints all his carvings while his nieces paint panels and canvases. Each piece is made entirely by hand. Each artist is self taught capturing life on the farm into their works. This piece is in excellent condition. The dimensions are 9"H,8"W

# DMD BH 13-01

$95.00


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