Hand Painted Folk Art Double Sided Skillet Pan Model T Signed & Dated 1974

Hand Painted Folk Art Double Sided Skillet Pan Model T Signed & Dated 1974

Regular price $65.00

 

Product Description:   This folk art style skillet pan is hand-painted, signed on two sides by Ruth D. Shertzer.  The front features a hand-painted 1913 Model T Ford-Hack Wagon parked under two trees. Turn it over and enjoy the back that features a wonderful Pennsylvania folk art heart motif, signed and dated 1974.  All of this artistic detailed is painted on a mustard color surface which hangs and displays beautifully!  

Circa:  Signed 1974

Origin:  Believed to be US-Northeast Region, possibly South-Central Pennsylvania

Product Weight:  2 pounds 3 ounces

Dimensions:  15 1/2" H x 9 1/4 - 9 1/2"  x 1 3/4 D" 

Manufacture Markings:  Incised on front handle:  NEVER BREAK 7 

Artist Markings/Signatures:  Ruth D Shertzer 1974, 1913 Model T Ford-Hack Wagon

Special Attributes:  Double-Sided Painted

Materials:  Carbon Steel, Paint

Condition:  Previously owned - used.   Some surface scratches and paint chips on edges.  1 1/2" scratch on back (heart motif side). Top left side of handle are two paint chips (as shown).  2" scratch on right side of body of pan.  Minor scrapes, paint chips  around top rim of pan (as shown).  

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