This beautiful vintage fiberglass horse head came from an old carousel
down in Louisiana. The head was damaged a little from Katrina. The body
has a few cracks in the fiberglass, small split down towards the base.
Paint is chipped but it lends to the distressed look of this item.
Overall not badly damaged, contains beautiful glass eyes.
Horse head dates from around the 1940’s or so. Fiberglass was first used around 1938.
Measures: 40” tall, 29” wide and 20” across the front. Due to the size this item is expensive to ship, $200 Fed Ex Freight. Local pick up at our shop located in the Hudson Valley is welcome. You can reach us at 845-758-4001 with any questions.
Customers often stop by our shop looking for antique and vintage pendant lamps which are not only very difficult to find but VERY expensive as they are in high demand right now by home stylist.
So I went online in search of instructions on how to create pendant lamps using salvage goods from the flea market or your favorite salvage shop. Blogger, artist and product designer, Sharyn Sowell created the following easy how- to on creating your own pendants.
I plan on using Sharyns instructions to create pendants for the downstairs of the barn here. I'll let you all know how it turns out and what I come up with to use as pendants.
Be sure to stop by Sharyn's beautiful blog for further instructions, more creative ideas, inspiring photography and art work. She was kind enough to allow me to share her Funnel how - to with you on our blog!
I rounded up some items I think might make great small pendants! Mason Jars with zinc lids, silver plated bowls and a chicken coup feeder.
Gorgeous shabby metal tole display stand for necklaces, earrings,
bracelets, gifts tags, paper ephemera and display items. Very well
constructed, sturdy, measures: 14” high by a little under 8 ½” wide.
Contains a lot of detail, shabby distressed white paint finish.
Wiltsie Bridge Best Seller three years in a row!
Beautiful hand crafted altered art necklaces, earrings and charm bracelets by local Hudson Valley artist, Nicole R.
Nicole loves making unusual altered art pieces using antique watch parts, gears, skeleton keys, rosaries, typewriter keys and combine them together with new findings to create her one of kind wearable art jewelry.
Nicole’s work is reasonably priced, $20 - $50; stop by our shop to check out her latest creations!