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Carriage, Baby


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Nom de l'objet : Carriage, Baby
Type de l'objet : Carriage, Baby
Catégorie de l'objet : Distribution & Transportation Artefacts
Sous-catégorie de l'objet : Land Transportation- Human-powered
Matériaux : Wicker
Wood
Metal
Numéro de catalogue : FB.1985.002.01
Numéro d'accession : FB.1985.002.01
Date de début de production : c.1890
Date de fin de production : c.1930
Description : Wicker baby Carriage with adjustable, triangular-shaped hood with butterfly fasteners; the wicker basket has a wooden base and frame and is lined with an off-white woollen fabric; baskets sits on an iron, shock-absorbing undercarriage with two axles and four metal wheels, each of which are rimmed with a band of black rubber; a lever attached near axle serves as a brake; Curved metal handles extend from the wooden base at the rear of the carriage with a turned wood handle between them.
Commentaires : Wicker baby carriages of this sort were in high demand during the late 19th century. Although wicker as known in North America since the early 17th century, it did not come into common use until the mid-19th century. Haywood Brothers and Wakefield Rattan Company were two of the most prominent manufacturers of wicker furniture and baby carriages during this period. Wicker baby carriages became so popular that companies like Sears Roebuck were producing catalogues devoted entirely to them, showcasing different styles and price ranges. By the turn of the 20th century, changes in fashion made the ornate Victorian wicker carriages less desirable, and mass-production meant that carriages being made were of much poorer quality.
Hauteur : 116
Longueur : 94
Largeur : 92
Établissement : Farmers' Bank of Rustico
Ville de l'établissement : Hunter River
Province de l'établissement : Prince Edward Island
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