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Ice House Landscape Oil Painting Neckties
Ice House Landscape Oil Painting Neckties
This old ice house was used to store ice that was cut from their pond. Back in the1850's the floor was dug out about 8 feet down. The cut ice was placed between layers of straw for insulation. In this way they would have ice most of the summer. The painting is unframed.
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Ice House Landscape Oil Painting
This old ice house was used to store ice that was cut from their pond. Back in the1850's the floor was dug out about 8 feet down. The cut ice was placed between layers of straw for insulation. In this way they would have ice most of the summer. The painting is unframed.
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Ice House Landscape Oil Painting Neckties

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Product ID: 151764466620863560
Made on: 7/1/2010 5:24 AM
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