Carriage museum Nymphenburg, second Nymphenschlitten king of Ludwig II, manufacturer: Johann Michael Mayer, Munich 1881 carriage cover from snow hare or Fehfellen?
Interesting and forgotten - the life and curiosities of past eras. - Vintage sleds and toboggans.
wow! really lovely antique sleigh
Fanciful Viennese baroque sled, 1725-1789. The sculpted, clamshell-shaped, wooden body, is fixed firmly on skids fully gold plated (in Museum Wagenburg - a museum of carriages and vehicles used by the imperial household of the Austrian Empire). In 17th century Vienna 'race sledding' parades were special events. The imperial family & the nobility paraded through the main sites of the city. All were dressed in their finery. (4th of four pins)
Ornate Turn of the 19th c. Russian Sleigh
Ornate Turn of the 19th c. Russian Sleigh | From a unique collection of antique and modern sports at https://www.1stdibs.com/furniture/more-furniture-collectibles/sports/
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Au petit trot s'en va le cheval avec ses grelots. Et le traîneau joyeusement dévale à travers les coteaux. - L. Anderson, M. Parish / adaptation fr : J. Plante. Louis D'Amours Cariole/Carriole horse-drawn sleigh
This sled, of Dutch origin, dating from 1682 was used for walking and more generally for recreation. The exterior is decorated with ornaments carved and gilded. The paintings are inspired by traditional motifs of the Frisian town of "Hindelopen" The arms of the city of Hindelopen including the date 1682 is painted on the back of the sleigh.
vintage sleighs Traîneau pour la chasse (Musée des arts et traditions populaires de Vienne) by dalbera, via Flickr