Unique and unusual Dala Horse with head turned to the side.
The first Dala horse with its head turned to the side dates back to the 1900s. The carver Anders Brändin Bergström (1870-1958) was from Viborg, village in Orsa. He is famous for his horses carved with wooden tails, split years, and eyes. Some of his horses have heads like no other Dala horse - turned to the side. During the 1930s - 1940s, his horses were painted in Vattnäs by the Hvits and Nissers. The newer horses are carved by hand by traditional artists in Sweden.
This horse is handmade.
Dala horse is a traditional carved, painted wooden statue of a horse originating in the Swedish province of Dalarna. In the old days, it was mostly used as a toy for children, while in modern times, it has become a symbol of Dalarna, as well as of Sweden in general.
White horse - 18cm | 7.08" height
�Condition: vintage, great condition
Processing time: 1-2 business day
Recycled wood is used for the production of the horses and all the paints used are certified as safe for the environment. All Dala horses are hand-carved and handmade.
We determine the figurine's height by measuring from its legs to the highest point of its ears or horns. For additional information, please refer to the FAQ.
We deliver from Sweden. The processing time of your order depends on the horse you order. The processing time is specified under each listing.
To Europe: 3-4 working days.
To the USA: 4-5 working days.
To Australia: 6-8 working days.
Rest of the world: 4-6 working days.
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Carved and painted with love in Sweden. Every product in our store is hand-carved and hand-painted by famous Swedish artists and manufacturers.
Bring back warm and nice memories from Sweden. Our Dala products are unique, individually decorated in the rich traditional patterns specific for Dalarna, the heart of Sweden.