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Miniature Brass Horn no. 1 #186-07

Status: Available Price: $125.00
Description:
Very interesting and hard to find miniature solid brass horn perfect as an accessory for a doll or to hang on a Christmas tree as an ornament or to display as a miniature instrument. c. 1890-1900. The horn is 4 7/8" long. Attached is a beautiful silk cording with tassels to hang from a doll's neck or to hang on the Christmas tree. I have two of these horns, sold separately, and the only difference is that the cording on one is tied differently than the other--I have left them as found. Pictured with an early German doll who is 18" high and would be great looking with a doll even taller. Also pictured on a real, full size Christmas tree and would also look great on a larger sized German feather tree. Although the horn looks real, there is no sound coming from it, so I believe this was meant just for play. Beautiful early patina...this is a great, rare accessory. (Doll and Christmas tree are not for sale and are being used just as props.)

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