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COURTIN' at THE KETTLE #572 Corn Shuck Sculpture

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COURTIN' at THE KETTLE #572 Corn Shuck Sculpture

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Overview

  • Handmade item
  • Materials: Corn Shucks, Real Corn Silk Hair, Cotton Thread, White Glue, Walnut Stained Wooden Base, Protective Lacquer Finish, Wood Dowells permanently afix dolls to base
  • Favorited by: 2 people
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A 100 year old lady told me that's how they courted in her day was making apple butter at church. She Said " That old long wooden handled Paddle got so heavy, us girls just had to get them boys to put them arms around us n" hep "us push that paddle back n forth." This Piece has it all : Basket of apples. Stumps to sit on while using the paring knife to cut up the apples in the kettle. Wood for the fire. Blue glass jars with zinc lids for the finished product. .Water bucket and dipper for the thirsty stirrers. A pretty girl and a strong fella to help.
A true Appalachian scene of 100 years ago all captured in corn shucks. Using only materials that would be readily available at that time. Ideal art display piece for home or office. Mounted on a walnut stained wooden base with a protective lacquer finish.

Member Southern Highlands Craft Guild

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