This large, well-made heavy sheet iron. Running horse weathervane is hand-made by a. With beautifully cutout detail on the mane and tail.The vane is secured by the original heavy hand-forged iron bracket attached by 2 heavy forged rivets to accommodate a rod. The rod below the forged bracket is a modern addition for display and is solid brass painted in flat black. The sheet iron is thick and sturdy, has very good patina with traces of gilding and is finely pitted over most of the surface from long exposure to the outside elements. From the Collection of Rex and Murray Arrowsmith formerly of Tucson and Prescott, Arizona. Running Horse Vane is 15" high x 32" long. Height with forged iron support is 18", total height with brass rod is 36". Condition: Very good, no bent areas, overall surface has fine pitting with traces of gilding. The item "Antique Early American Folk Art Running Horse Weathervane, 32 long, 1870-90" is in sale since Thursday, August 6, 2020.
This item is in the category "Antiques\Architectural & Garden\Weathervanes & Lightning Rods". The seller is "fab-antiques*vintage" and is located in Tularosa, New Mexico.This item can be shipped to United States.