Croydon House

SOLD  Small Adirondack Style Easel


This is typical of a number of pieces made around 1900 as accessories for lodges or camps. They are usually native made. It is used as an easel to display a photograph - probably of the results of a hunt. It includes a two toboggans, a canoe and paddles. In good condition - no breakage. The thread that ran along the side of the toboggn is worn and could easily be replaced.

The overall height is 9  1/2" and the canoe is 12" long.