Handcarved Fence-post Duck
More than a hundred years ago, homesteaders along the Rocky Mountains staked out new land by planting fence posts around their property. They strung barbed wire and the era of free-range cattle and sheep came to an end. The wood was naturally insect- and weather-resistant, and many survive to this day. Colorado artist Tim Bergren rescues 100-year-old, discarded fence posts from Rocky Mountain ranches and transforms them into beautiful ducks, as his mentor did before him. Each decorative duck decoy is different; sometimes the color is a deep red, sometimes a honey-gold. Many times, it is somewhere in between. Cedar. USA.
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