New England, likely Massachusetts, perhaps Hingham, ca. mid 19th century. The two smaller maple and pine; the larger ash and pine. Individually scarce and exceptional, together rare. All with opposing fingers held by cut nails and tiny wooden pegs. Paint on all dry and without over-varnish. Diameters range from 2 inches to 2 3/4 to 3 1/8. Condition all structurally excellent save the smallest which has an early, perhaps at time of making, sliver loss. Total height of just 4 1/8 inches!
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