Height 48.5 cm, width 43 cm.
Minor damages. The general impression is good.
Old later color additions. Cracks due to dryness of the material.
Pohjanmaan porvariston vuosisadat 1700-1800-Elinkeinojen verkostot/Tuija Ahola-Renttu kuvanveistäjä ja Pohjanmaan porvarit, 2016 (side 121-143). (In finnish)
Erkki Lahti (1816-1858) "Pitti-poika" was a self-taught sculptor from Evijärvi Finland. He is best known for his church sculptures inside the churches and "pauper statues" outside many churches in Ostrobothnia. Pauper statues (Finnish: vaivaisukko, Swedish: fattiggubbe) are wooden sculptures and used to raise money for the poor. Pauper statues are especially common in Ostrobothnia, Finland.
He also made some equestrian statues and pocket watch stands, and his works are represented in many museums in Ostrobothnia, Finland, among others KH Rehnlundin museo - Keski-Pohjanmaan maakuntamuseo, in Kokkola Finland has a similar one watch stand.
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