Red sled

Editors' review

July 20, 2016

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Original Paint with Unusual Indian Decoration

Circa 1890-1910: Measurung 31" long, 10" wide, and 11" in height, this wonderful three color polychromatic painted sled is a product of South Paris, Maine's Paris Manufacturing Company, which is famous for their late 19th century painted sleds. This handsome example of antique Americana features a red ground with a black stenciled Indian Chief wearing a headdress in the center of the field and is flanked on both ends by a row of snowflakes. The oak runner frames are mortised on all four courners and are encased in cast iron runners. This is an extremely well made sled that was gently used and shows the good honest wear andvanced collectors prefer in their antiques.

Antique American Polychromatic painted sled South Paris Maine Indian Decoration Original Surface

19th Century American Antique Country Primitive Paint Decorated Sled

19th Century American Antique Country Primitive Paint Decorated Sled

19th Century American Antique Country Primitive Paint Decorated Sled

19th Century American Antique Country Primitive Paint Decorated Sled

19th Century American Antique Country Primitive Paint Decorated Sled

19th Century American Antique Country Primitive Paint Decorated Sled

South Paris, Maine
Paint Decorated Sled
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