Grungy Autumn Corn & Crow in Lighted Vintage Wooden Box
Kentucky Primitives Appalachian folk artist
Victoria Lynn
Simple Primitives done in the tradition of old


This is a wonderful prim display.  The olde crow sits on two stick legs with a rusty nail beak and twine tail.  His eyes are beads and his wing has been stitched on.  He hovers over four big plump ears of autumn corn, nestled in a vintage wooden box.  The box is olde and has box joint sides.  I added a small string of lights underneath the corn to add a soft glow to your autumn evenings.  A wee little field mouse is tucked in the standing ear of corn peeking out.  His tail dangles up and over the ear of corn.  The ears of corn have straw surrounding them.  The olde sign reads, "Autumn's Song  Grey skies and crisp cool days, corn fields waiting to be harvest."  This wonderful autumn display is 13" wide by 14" tall.


God bless you.

This will come signed and dated.


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