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Whittled Wood Woman with White Wool

I recently aquired a wood carving that looks like a woman with wool hair using an 18th century churning tool. She is tied with string to her chair in the back. It appears to be missing a leg of the chair where her churning tool is, so it stands just fine. Her face looks as though it is made out of a hazelnut or chestnut or another type of nut. I do not have any background information regarding this piece. I purchased them along with other items in an abandoned storage unit in box labeled "antiques”. Could you please tell me about how old these pieces might be and how much they could possibly be worth? Thank you for your time.

Category: 
General Antiques and Collectibles
Condition: 
Good
Medium: 
Wood, wood, nut, fabric
History: 
Unknown
For Sale?: 
No

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