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Carousel Sea Dragon Sculpture, 1950s

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Carousel Sea Dragon Sculpture, 1950s

Carousel Dragon Sculpture from the 1950s. This Mid-Century Sea Dragon Sculpture was used on the carousel or roundabout. A beautiful wooden see animal sculpture with a use of beautiful colors. This wooden carousel ride on is mounted on a metal base. The European sculptor of this dragon sculpture was definitively inspired by the Alan Herschell Company. A great decorative object for your interior or an addition to your carnival art – carousel art collection.

Specifications Roundabout Dragon Sculpture

Dimensions: L 102 x D 25 x H 91,5 cm
Origin: Europe
Period: 1950s
Materials: Wood - Metal
Condition: Photos are part of the description

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