Tuesday, March 2, 2010

Seth Steward Model Canoe Paddles

I've been a bit lax in posting to the blog of late.  January is a tough month because I'm on the road for most of it at the Atlanta and New York Gift Shows.  But, I'm home now, recovered and back in full swing!  I've posted about Cherry Gallery (http://www.cherrygallery.com/) before, but couldn't resist telling you about these amazingly wonderful model canoe paddles for sale on their website currently.  Trust me, if I had a spare $5,600 this month they'd be mine and I wouldn't be telling you about them!!  The images are stunning and these padels are so rare.  Surely these are an amazing investment.  Here's the details: 
Seth Steward Model Canoe Paddles

This is a pair of model canoe paddles made and painted by renowned Maine artist Seth W. Steward (1844-1927) of Monson. One paddle is decorated with a painting of a brook trout chasing a fly on the blade and a canoe on the handle. The other has a painting of a moose on the blade and a rifle on the handle. These are the longest Steward model paddles that we've seen. Dated 1901  5.5" w, 45" long

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