Penny-Farthing, by Steve Baldwin

Also known as the “high wheel”, the penny-farthing, though short-lived as a phenomenon, has become synonymous with Victorian-era cycling. Comes with a matching wooden stand. Hand crafted by artist Steve Baldwin. 8”.
SKU: SW-005

Availability: In stock



In 1976, Nebraska native Steve Baldwin left his job in teaching so that he could parlay his hobby of wood working into a career, and his career into art. His first creation was the Rumble Seat Car, and that model remains among his most popular to this day. Decades later, it’s grown to a family business though Steve still is the lead creative force. Among the wood used in Baldwin pieces are walnut, cherry, maple, rosewood, and padauk, and since each piece of wood will have a different grain then the one before it, no two Baldwin art pieces will be exactly the same.



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