Vintage Leather Teepee Boy in Entrance - Southwestern Style Accent
Description: This crafted teepee may have once been a souvenir or toy gift. Constructed with a form of a leather, possibly rawhide and made very rigid and firm, it is nailed to a wooden base with wooden dowel rods as posts for the teepee. Nicely decorated with what appears to be Native American pictographs or symbols. A young, plastic child stands peeking out from the entrance. A wonderful Southwestern style accent piece with a bit of age.
Note: Refer to “Condition’ for additional information
Height: 11 ¼” (to top of dowel rods), 6” (teepee only)
Diameter of Base: 5 ¼”
Product Weight: 3.4 ounces
Primary Material: Hardened Leather, Possibly Rawhide or Other.
Color: Darker Earthy Tones, Browns and Red
Markings: No Visible Markings
Condition: Previously owned - used. Condition is consistent with age and normal use. Good condition. Leather is very firm, rigid and hardened material with moderate age darkening and light fading. Split in wooden base but does not appear to affect the quality of the piece. No weakness is noticed. Some oxidation on small nails from age.
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