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  • Clementine Hunter Pecan Picking Rect Platter

Clementine Hunter Pecan Picking Rect Platter

Clementine Hunter lived on Melrose Plantation for most of her life. The plantation had large pecan orchards, and in this scene Clementine captured the work of threshing the trees and picking up the pecans that fell from the trees. Clementine shows a teenager hanging upside down to shake the trees so the pecans could fall to the ground for the ladies to pick up and place in their buckets. Handmade Mango Wood serving platter with enamel interior. Each piece has its own distinctive surface that lends even more authenticity to the work of Clementine Hunter. No two pieces are alike. We hope you will enjoy them for years to come. A percentage of the proceeds of each sale goes toward the preservation and interpretation of the Clementine Hunter House at Melrose Plantation, a National Historic Landmark. Food safe. Hand wash with mild detergent under cold water. Dry immediately with a soft cloth. 10" x 15" x 1"


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