Discussion in 'Bull Moose Memorial Outdoor Activity Forum' started by kweinert, Nov 7, 2017.
Amy of you ever heard of her? Evidently she carved duck decoys.
I'll take that as a "No", then :)
I heard about her from guy named Ken once on a wood working forum.
Cody was saying something about her but I think it was second hand information... I myself could not find anything about her on the internet so I don't put much stock in what @gman2431 said...
Do you have anymore info on her? Where she lived? Age?
Not really, it's why I was asking here. The auction is over and someone else won the decoy so it's kind of a moot point now.
I do know that there was a gentleman with the last name of Hudson that was a renowned decoy carver back, I think, in the 20s but I really couldn't find much/anything on her.
Hand carved duck decoys are big business where I live. Since I live close to the Chesapeake Bay, they have auctions & craft shows here all the time. Most are in towns so small, they're not on the map.
Some of the older ones from the 1800's are nosebleed expensive too.