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Horse and Sulky Weathervane
Horse and Sulky Weathervane

Photo credit: American Museum & Gardens

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A hollow copper and cast zinc weathervane in the shape of a horse and sulky (light two-wheeled horse-drawn vehicle). The rider holds reins and sits in the sulky with the horse running.

American Museum & Gardens

Bath


Date

19th C

Medium

copper & zinc

Measurements

H 48.3 x W 83.8 x D 22.8 cm (E)

Accession number

1997.5

Acquisition method

gift through the Halcyon Foundation, 1997

Work type

Sculpture


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Claverton Manor, Bath, Somerset BA2 7BD England

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