Wooden Ducks Hand-Painted Glass & Eyes (12 Ducks, 7 Wooden)

Wooden Ducks Hand-Painted Glass & Eyes (12 Ducks, 7 Wooden)
Wooden Ducks Hand-Painted Glass & Eyes (12 Ducks, 7 Wooden)
Wooden Ducks Hand-Painted Glass & Eyes (12 Ducks, 7 Wooden)
Wooden Ducks Hand-Painted Glass & Eyes (12 Ducks, 7 Wooden)
Wooden Ducks Hand-Painted Glass & Eyes (12 Ducks, 7 Wooden)
Wooden Ducks Hand-Painted Glass & Eyes (12 Ducks, 7 Wooden)
Wooden Ducks Hand-Painted Glass & Eyes (12 Ducks, 7 Wooden)
Wooden Ducks Hand-Painted Glass & Eyes (12 Ducks, 7 Wooden)
Wooden Ducks Hand-Painted Glass & Eyes (12 Ducks, 7 Wooden)
Wooden Ducks Hand-Painted Glass & Eyes (12 Ducks, 7 Wooden)
Wooden Ducks Hand-Painted Glass & Eyes (12 Ducks, 7 Wooden)
Wooden Ducks Hand-Painted Glass & Eyes (12 Ducks, 7 Wooden)
Wooden Ducks Hand-Painted Glass & Eyes (12 Ducks, 7 Wooden)
Wooden Ducks Hand-Painted Glass & Eyes (12 Ducks, 7 Wooden)

Wooden Ducks Hand-Painted Glass & Eyes (12 Ducks, 7 Wooden)
7 Wooden ducks hand-painted, with glass eyes--decoy style. They are not marked with any maker name or symbols, and no plugs. They are around 10" long and 4-5" tall. I don't know the type of wood, but seems like a lighter hardwood with a light color. They've been around for a while and moved multiple times, so most have some small chips in the paint. Two other ducks covered in something like thin bamboo or wicker. One is heavy with glass eyes; it has a carve-out to hold a desk supplies cup.

One is light and doesn't have glass eyes. About 4-5 tall and wide. I don't know the material. One is dated 1946, so maybe a resin with wood-pulp mix? These are not high value ducks, but they show very nicely.


Wooden Ducks Hand-Painted Glass & Eyes (12 Ducks, 7 Wooden)