F170 19th century hand made wooden Rocking Horse in it's original paint showing wonderful wear from lots of love, the rockers are painted red with a black and mustard decorated platform. Early in the 19th century, woodworkers, most from New England, started making more sculptural horses. "These were hand-made, "It was Dad in the woodshop cranking out the first ones. . While almost always made of wood, some were padded and others had leather or cloth saddles and reins, features that have often been lost to time.
Measurements are: 46" long x 10 1/2" wide x 25" tall