Behold a beautiful mandolin, built from nothing but mere wire, tiny nails and some metal circles. Copper wire art such as this was popular at mid-century. Perhaps this piece was a the work of talented part-time craftsmen with a high-quality kit, since there are no markings to suggest a company. It is copper wire tightly wound, on a background of brown naugahyde over board. Though firmly of its time it has a timeless grace and--to state the obvious--it would be the perfect gift for a mandolin player...or is that mandolinist?
22 H x 11 W x .25 D
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