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Pecking Geese Toy

S/N:CE617

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1920s

  • £35.00
  • €41 Euro
  • $48 US Dollar

United Kingdom

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A traditional folk art paddle toy dating to approximately the 1920s. It has three geese on top of the paddle that peck at seed on the ground when the weight underneath is swung round. Much of the original gesso paint is intact but it has an attractive play-worn appearance. The toy probably originated in Continental Europe.

The height measurement given is for the hanging weight and the wooden part of the toy.

Dimensions: 

  • H: 17.5cm (6.89in)
  • W: 22.5cm (8.86in)
  • D: 15cm (5.91in)

Period: 

1920s

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Welcome to Ginger Tom's Curious Eclectic.  We are a husband and wife team, both with a lifelong interest in antiques. Our business stems from the usual collector turned dealer scenario.  As our own collections grew, it became obvious we needed to redistribute some items in order to make space to buy new treasures to feed our own habit.

Buying to sell seemed the natural progression from this. We have been involved in buying and selling since 2004, but have only recently taken the decision to establish an online presence. We don't specialise in any particular area, but our interests do influence our stock purchases to a degree.

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