Wishing Well - Bottle #800
Date Added: 02 February 2011
This whimsey is a wishing well standing on a gray wooden platform. On the four sides are Victorian flower cutouts. There is also four red posts made of glittery red wrapping paper. On one side of the well is a bucket attached to a hand crank with a rope. The roof of the wishing well is shingled with individual red or black shingles. On the top of the well is a wooden bird in flight. The wooden stopper is in the shape of a hand with a pointing index finger. The index finger stopper has a red ribbon attached. The locking mechanism is a short yellow pencil. On the bottom of the bottle is a paper label with the maker's information: Steve Moseley, St. Louis 2010.
|Type:||Wishing Well||Maker's Name:||Moseley, Steve|
|Category:||Structure||Made Where:||St. Louis, MO|
|Bottle Size:||12"||Made When:||2010|
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