Will this fish ever be caught? Or by the time it bites, will it be gobbled up by its bigger brothers down the wire? Articulated fisherman balances on its stand, gently lowering and raising his rod. Patience is what fishermen are known for. And a good balance is what they need. Using sharp chisels, craftsmen cut the steel plate into shape and hammer the edges. Others bend, cast and attach the wire hung counterweight and check balance and swing. Village painters hand paint faces and important details. Apprentices do base paint and more mundane details. The distressed finish is the result of an old and proven system of combined layers of paint of slightly different composition. The final step is a hand rub with dark colored beeswax giving it the final finsh and feel. In the manner of their antique predecessors, our balance towys are true originals. All designs are copyrighted by AM.
L. 12.6 in. / 32 cm. W. 4.33 in. / 11 cm. H. 21.26 in. / 54 cm.