The Dentzel Company of Philadelphia produced some of the finest carousel animals in America. Founded by German immigrant woodcarvers, the animals were beautifully detailed and extremely lifelike. Ours is a "stander", which occupied only the inside row. This horse was expertly restored by Mark Miller in 1971, and was part of Wisconsin's House On The Rock collection. The magnificent horse features jewels, glass eyes, and a real horse tail.
How To Create Your Own Carousel Horse and Stand From Childs Hobby Horse Part 2
Well, Hello there! Since you are reading part 2, I will assume and happily so, that you've decided to create your own carousel horse. Wonderful!! Let's get going then..... Hang your horse as you did to paint it because, you will need to spray...
Lenox, Christmas Carousel Animals
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1905 Pen Mar Dentzel-Muller – SOLD
Ca. 1905 Dentzel-Muller Stander - SOLD From the Pen Mar D. C. Muller and Bros. Carousel - uncovered in Alaska in 1983 by Marianne Stevens. The handful of horses saved from that carousel were amazing, as if each one tried to-out do the other. Complete wood and paint restoration by renowned carousel artist, Pam Hessey. This really is the
Retired Lenox 1994 Christmas Carousel Horse Porcelain Figurine Cherub Flowers
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Rockers - Carousel Rocking Horse Plans
This classic 1800's style Carousel Horse looks so detailed everyone will think it's hand carved and painted...but it's not! This handsome project is actually made from a variety of hardwoods which can easily be mistaken for hand painted. Oval mirrors and scrollwork enhance the look of the rockers. Decorate with colored ribbons if desired. Plans include all details, instructions and assembly diagrams plus modifications needed for riding. (34 long x 27 seat height)