Vintage 1960s Hartland Plastics Horse Foal - Chestnut Brown Light Grey Mane - Midcentury Equestrian Decor Toys
And now, finished with that puzzling mixture of insane intimacy and isolation which is notoriety, Velvet was able to get on quietly to her next adventures. Enid Bagnold, National Velvet
Hello there little character! This vintage Hartland Plastics foal is here to add a little personality to your cooking space. Hailing from the 1960's and made of shiny, smooth plastic, this chestnut colt with the blond grey mane adds a touch of whimsical charm to your kitchen decor. Meet Pie! We named him after the great equestrian hero in the book National Velvet, and also because its a fitting name for a kitchen horse:)
Made by Hartland Plastics, a company that began producing toy collectibles in the early 1940's, their equestrian line was first introduced in the 1950's. Known for their realistic and artistically crafted details, it didn't take long for the H.P. fan base to grow. Hartman horses came in a variety of sizes and breeds, including Arabians, Tennessee Walkers, Thoroughbreds and Palominos, giving each one a unique character. They also came in a variety of ages from newborn foals to adults and some even came complete with saddles and famous riding companion figurines like Dale Evans.
A fun display piece for open shelving decor or counter-top styling , Pie is here to please the inner horse lover in you.
- Marked Hartland Plastics on the inner thigh
- Shiny plastic
In gorgeous vintage condition. No scratches or scuffs.
Measures 6" inches (height) x 6" inches (width) and weighs 1.9 oz.