Truly amazing piece of folk art from the earlier half of the 1900s — likely quite early. Beautifully patinated piece of wood carved into the shape of a revolver. The carving is both primitive, and done with tremendous skill. The handle, trigger, cocking mechanism, barrel, and cylinder are all identifiable. Something resembling a spade has been carved onto the cylinder on both sides. Absolutely beautiful coloration throughout. Smoothed out, likely over years of being used as a toy. 11.5” x 5” at its tallest point.