“ANDY” ANDERSON CARVING

H.S. “Andy” Anderson left home at 16 to work as a cowboy. While on the range he began carving old-weather beaten cowpokes. This is a Great example. Excellent Condition and all Original-

1893-1960. One of the recognized masters of carving, he moved to California where he worked as a carpenter and designer and later at Braydon Laguna Pottery. He opened a workshop in Knott’s Berry Farm where he carved the figures of Ghost Town while visitors gathered around. Many of his works were given as gifts in Hollywood and President ¬†Franklin Roosevelt received one. This work is 14″h, the detail and colors are excellent.

Signed with his carved in ANDY on back of Cowboys Hat

*$2400.