William Veasey Winged Mallard vs Black Duck Hen Decoy Wood Carving on Driftwood Delaware. Came out of an estate as a consignment.
Was displayed and appears to be from the 70s to early 80s as family said had been displayed a long time. William Veasey signed, Realistic Carved and Painted Mallard Hen on Driftwood. Was told this could be a black duck. Wing tip to tip 12-1/4.
Handcrafted from artist "William Veasey", and signed by him on the on bottom. Good original condition showing some signs of being displayed, the layered individual sections of the wing feathers, show a little sign. One wing has some wear under. With a little damage and could be repaired.Not really seen when looking from side and top. Nice vintage example of his work.
Bill Veasey has been a major contributor to the field of contemporary decoy carving, acting as a carver, teacher, and writer. He has personally published fourteen. Books on carving and painting, was instrumental in the design of the Detail Master Burner, helped create the Jo Sonjas line of carvers colors, and has. Nstructed literally thousands of students. Many of Bills students have also gone on to become significant contributors to the field of decoy carving.Through the success of their own carvings, and by carrying on his tradition of teaching others and writing about the subject. The item "William Veasey Winged Black Duck Hen Decoy Wood Carving on Driftwood Delaware" is in sale since Tuesday, April 9, 2019. This item is in the category "Sporting Goods\Hunting\Vintage Hunting\Duck Decoys". The seller is "blexpo" and is located in Metter, Georgia. This item can be shipped to United States.