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Early 20th Century Muller Carved Polychrome Carousel Horse from San Francisco
This carved and polychromed carousel horse is attributed to carver Daniel Charles Muller. Daniel began the D. C. Muller and Bro. Company in 1903 and after creating many magnificent carousels, closed its doors fourteen years later when materials became scarce due to the war being declared on Germany. Muller was well known for his accurate realistic carving vs. the fantasy style of other carousel carvers of the time. This horse has a fantastic patina and retains its original paint decoration. It came to us from a collection in New Jersey and was purportedly from a carousel in San Francisco.A decorative pole and stand has been added for display. The horse is in very good condition, with great patina, some old repairs, restorations, and paint losses. Dimensions: Horse: 42" h x 45" w x 10" d. Overall on stand: 72” h with 21” diameter round metal base.
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