Lot 562    

Folk Art Miniature Hay Fork,
2004, The Collection J. John Auraden / Oct 21-22
a hickory, split, and bent wood three-pronged hay fork with bent dowel spreaders; chip-carved facets with original red paint and red dot surrounds, brass tacks decorative mounts; almost like a salesman’s sample, if not for the painted chip-carving; nice old patina; total length 26".

From the Estate of John Auraden of Hamilton & Fairhaven, Ohio.

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