Grouping of 8 folk art wooden carvings. Includes a carving of a female stained wooden hand, smaller carving of hand holding a book or paper, a mouse atop a ear of corn signed on side "C. J. Berry", a small figure of a standing man with the body painted mustard brown, a chain carving with three links ending in a square cage containing a ball, a smaller chain carving of stained pine with square cage and ball interior and five chain links, a small carved and painted bird with grey/black back and lighter grey underside in flight, and a painted and carved bird with yellow beak and black body with painted tin wings and nail post. Largest item (hand) 9-3/4"H when standing, smallest item (bird) 4-3/8"L. Early to Mid 20th century. Provenance: The estate of King E. and Julia R. Stockton, Tulsa, OK. Condition: Condition – black bird with tin painted wings has loss of paint to wing tips, hand carving holding book has a few insect holes.
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