Antique Georgian Dog Calling Card Holder Circa 1830 Treen STUNNINGAntique Georgian Dog Calling Card Holder Circa 1830 Treen STUNNINGAntique Georgian Dog Calling Card Holder Circa 1830 Treen STUNNINGAntique Georgian Dog Calling Card Holder Circa 1830 Treen STUNNINGAntique Georgian Dog Calling Card Holder Circa 1830 Treen STUNNINGAntique Georgian Dog Calling Card Holder Circa 1830 Treen STUNNINGAntique Georgian Dog Calling Card Holder Circa 1830 Treen STUNNINGAntique Georgian Dog Calling Card Holder Circa 1830 Treen STUNNINGAntique Georgian Dog Calling Card Holder Circa 1830 Treen STUNNING

This is a fabulous example of early 19th century treen. This decorative carved wood figure of a recumbent dog was produced here in England during the 19th century circa 1830. This wonderfully tactile figure is constructed from oak and is modeled as a recumbent dog. This faithful dog's mouth is resting open in order to hold one's trade card or calling card. This handsome dog was likely produced for a country house or country lodge.

This is an absolutely unique piece of English folk art; it is the perfect item for anyone who loves early treen and or dogs.

Measuring: Width 6 1/8 inch (15.5 cm) by height 3 5/8 inch (9 cm). Depth 1 3/8 inch (3.5 cm).

Condition: Very good with a warm, smooth patina from centuries of use. Minor wear to the base edges.

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Antique Georgian Dog Calling Card Holder Circa 1830 Treen STUNNING

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