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Folk Art Decoy Bird

Fine Working Shorebird Decoy 
Probably a Godwit 
Retaining Original Painted Surface and Glass Eyes 
Hand Carved and Painted Wood
French, Carmague, c.1900

Provenance: The Cosgrove Collection 

Literature: Robert Young, "Folk Art"; Mitchell Beazley,1999; Illustrated and Described Page 46&47.

Dimensions

27.30cms high x 30cms wide x 7.60cms deep


Stock number

10420
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