Antique Folk Art

A Pecking Decoy Bird

As can be observed in this charming painted decoy seen masquerading in
the plumage of a pigeon – these birds only need to be silhouette in
form to be effective as decoys. This particular model though also has
a pecking mechanism – albeit one without any advanced technology, for
it has two eyelets attached to its underside where wires can be
attached enabling it to be rocked forward and backward in a pecking

Product features
  • Circa 1900
  • Wood - Gesso - Paint
  • Height 12" X Ā Length 16"


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