Wolf Creek Primitive Folk Art Carved Pilgrim Woman

Surviving the crossing of the Atlantic on the Mayflower and then thehardships of the New World. The Pilgrims suffered through the first year and lived to celebrate the first Thanksgiving with the native American Indians who taught them how to live in a harsh land.

The Pilgrim Woman figure is in the hand carved and painted collection by the artisans at Wolf Creek of Eldora, Iowa, and is one of four figures that make up the Thanksgiving Collection. The Pilgrim Woman stands 9 ¼ inches tall, 3 ½ inches wide and 2 ¼ inches deep. She is painted in a primitive folk art style and has movable arms. The Pilgrim Woman wears brown dress with long sleeves, a white apron tied in the back, a large white, and a coif or bonnet. She was fashioned by artist Cunningham in 1986. The Wolf Creek brand is on the bottom.

Waterfall Antiques & More was fortunate to acquire 11 pieces from various collections. The pieces of each collection will be offered at auction and can be viewed and purchased separately. We will be happy to combine orders if you choose to purchase more than one. Contact us as soon as possible if you would like to purchase all the collections. These items are expected to sell quickly.

The other items include:

Thanksgiving Collection

· Pilgrim Man

· Pilgrim Woman

· American
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