Manhole Cover Prototype Folk Art 1960s USA

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Extremely unique wooden sewer cap prototype. Made by by various wooden cubes and blocks as well as letters and trim nailed to the front of the main ply of the cap giving it its design and then finished by a coat of grey paint. Perfect patina and light texture give this piece contrast and depth. The back of the plate shows the back side of the sewer cap. Fantastic piece of metropolitan pop art.
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Creator
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Dimensions

width
height
depth
seat height

Materials & Technique
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Creator
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Place of Origin
Date of Manufacture
Dimensions

width
height
depth
seat height

Materials & Technique
Merit

Manhole Cover Prototype Folk Art 1960s USA

MERIT
$5,500
Extremely unique wooden sewer cap prototype. Made by by various wooden cubes and blocks as well as letters and trim nailed to the front of the main ply of the cap giving it its design and then finished by a coat of grey paint. Perfect patina and light texture give this piece contrast and depth. The back of the plate shows the back side of the sewer cap. Fantastic piece of metropolitan pop art.
Manhole Cover Prototype Folk Art, 1960s USA
Los Angeles
2360 S Robertson Blvd
Los Angeles, CA 90034
Southampton
257 County Rd 39A
Southampton, NY 11968
LA (310) 876-1440
NY (631) 333-2004
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Merit

Manhole Cover Prototype Folk Art 1960s USA

MERIT


$5,500


Extremely unique wooden sewer cap prototype. Made by by various wooden cubes and blocks as well as letters and trim nailed to the front of the main ply of the cap giving it its design and then finished by a coat of grey paint. Perfect patina and light texture give this piece contrast and depth. The back of the plate shows the back side of the sewer cap. Fantastic piece of metropolitan pop art.
Manhole Cover Prototype Folk Art, 1960s USA