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A Rare and Important Molded Copper Indian Chief Weathervane

  • USA
  • 2006-10-06
About the object
A Rare and Important Molded Copper Indian Chief Weathervane, Attributed to J.L. Mott Iron Works Co., New York and Chicago
circa 1900, The swell-bodied figure captured in motion, drawing back the arrow in his bow, the fringed skirt swaying back, the Indian with molded sheet-copper headdress, with an arrow-filled quiver and flounced stockings, on a large arrow directional. Weathered to an all-over verdigris and shading of red paint with tiny traces of gilding.
Height 62 in.; width 67 in.
157.5 cm; 170.2 cm

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