Beautiful glass sculptures were produced by many major American glass companies including Paden City and others. This large "Pony", circa 1940, was produced by the Paden City Glass Company. The pony is pictured on page 169 of "Glass Animals of the Depression Era" by Lee Garmon and Dick Spencer. It stands a full 12" tall and rest on an oval base that is 5 1/2" long by 3" wide. Produced in clear crystal is has no cracks, chips, nicks or repairs. The piece is unmarked as to maker. If you collect figurals or just like the horse kingdom is sculpture is for you.
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