Aside World Magazine
Winter 2021 Issue
Side Saddle Treasures
Above Photo is porcelain Side Saddle Statue made in Germany with mark underneath that Pat Blaire found when antiquing on a rainy winter day. It was an Oregon souvenir from around 1950s-60s.
Photo to Right is of one of the many Side Saddle treasures Holly Ray has in her collection.
Photo Left is of adorable Side Saddle card entitled "Not my Circus, Not my Monkeys"
Photo Below of Side Saddle Statue
Both items are part of Jennifer Stevenson's Side Saddle collection and are displayed in her home.
Photo to Right and Below are of Side Saddle Pillow with lady jumping hedge. Given to me by my sister-in-law (Tammie Conway) for Christmas. Bought from Sue Walker in the UK.
Submitted by Stephanie Conway
Photo Left of Side Saddle Salt & Pepper shaker Snooty Fox Couple. Part of Jennifer Stevenson's Side Saddle collection.
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Photos to Left, Above, and Right are of two porcelain Side Saddle Christmas ornaments with several different side saddle horses and riders on each ball. Bought from Rural Wrappings in the UK. No choice on design-all were different but I ended up with my favorite, gray's, on each and there was even a paint!
Submitted by Tammie Conway
Photos to Left, Above, and Below are of a mid 1800's fly net for a horse that Holly Ray found a few months ago. There is a pattern for it in Godey's Ladies' book 1864.
Submitted by Holly Ray