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Dallin 1861-1944, Cyrus E

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Dallin 1861-1944, Cyrus E - SOLD Jennings Brothers  Reproduction of Cyrus Dallins (1861-1944) Massasoit
SOLD Jennings Brothers Reproduction of Cyrus Dallins (1861-1944) Massasoit


11 " x 4 "

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Tag on bottom states Copy of statue designed by Mr. Cyrus E. Dallin, and erected by Improved Order of Red Men on Coles Hill at Plymouth, Massachusetts. Massasoit was Chief of the Wamponoag Indians, in whose country the Pilgrims settled, and through his kindness, for more than fifty years, they were able to survive and prosper. Has a second tag on bottom states Artware of Distinction. The Jennings Bros. MFG. Co. JB Copyrighted. The Jennings Brothers operated their foundry in Bridgeport Connecticut from 1891-1950s. They produced art metal pieces such as reproduction statues, bookends, and candlesticks. These pieces were not mass produced but required the work by expert artists and metal craftsman. The Jennings Brothers pieces are made of cast white metal or spelter, not bronze. Later the Philadelphia Manufacturing Company purchased the Jennings Brothers molds in the 1960's. This piece came from the original family who had the piece in their collection for over 50 years.
 

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