Lot Details & Additional Photographs
Early 20th century, these two very stylish yellowlegs decoys probably were carved from the Avon or Salvo villages on the outer banks of North Carolina, the neatly shaped profile of these mid sized flattie decoys with wire bills set them apart from most others, similar yellowlegs decoys were found in Salvo as many species of shorebirds were hunted there, published on page 164 of Shorebird Decoys of North Carolina
by Kroghie Andresen and Philip Harvey.
Length 22in.From the Personal Collection of Mr. Kroghie Andresen, Charlotte, North Carolina
Original paint; light gunning wear.