|Description||c. 1890 Shooting Trap Carriage. This is a two-horse drawn carriage. Metal frame and wheels are painted red. Body and seat cushions are upholstered in brown-colored leather. Vehical has white rubber tires and red metal step plates. There is a wicker boot on the side of carriage. Possibly used for hunting.|
|Collection||3D - Land Transportation Tools & Equipment|
|Title||c. 1890 Shooting Trap Carriage|
|Creator||Henry Hook & Co.|
|Provenance||From the Holbrook-Palmer Collection of the Town of Atherton.|
[http://www.barthworks.com/cars/broadmoor/1895shootingtrap.htm] A shooting trap, also known as a hunting break, included a kennel for hunting dogs. A box between the seats could hold the hunters' lunch or captured game.
This carriage currently in storage and not available for viewing.
|Dimensions||H-73 W-64.75 D-97 inches|