We're pleased to offer a nice selection of Decoys from Oregon on West Coast Decoys.  If you see anything that you'd like additional information on, please e-mail me at westcoastdecoys@gmail.com.  Feel free to call me at 1 (800) 942-0309.  Thanks for looking!


Ted Anderson

Wigeon Pair

Very rare hollow carved wigeon pair by Theodore Anderson of Portland, OR, ca. 1920s. I believe the heads to be Mason Company premier grade and that the bodies were made to fit the heads. Paint is moderately worn but all original. See page 99 of Wildfowl Decoys of the Pacific Coast by Miller and Hanson. 

Price: $4,000


Charles Bergman

Pintail Drake

Early Charles Bergman pintail in superb paint by Oscar Hendrickson. These two made decoys together in Astoria, OR during the 1930s-40s. They demonstrate some of the best artistry in early decoy making on the west coast. Measures 20" in length. See the Astoria, Oregon carvers section of Wildfowl Decoys of the Pacific Coast by Miller and Hanson.

Price: $1800 


Unknown Maker

Mallard Hen

The collectors stamp on the bottom attributes this nicely carved and painted mallard hen to Charles Pice of Astoria, OR. The attribution is questionable. However, it is a wonderfully styled OR decoy with strong Mason premier grade influence. Paint appears original.

Price: $400


Charles Pice

Mallard Hen

Hollow carved mallard hen by Charles Pice (Astoria, OR) in wonderful paint attributed to fellow Astoria maker Oscar Hendrickson. Measures 18" in length. See Wildfowl Decoys of the Pacific Coast by Miller and Hanson.

Price: $600 

 


Walter Ruppel

Canvasback

Rare, oversized (15" in length) canvasback drake by Walter Ruppel (Portland, OR) ca. 1950s. Cork body with cedar head and bottom board. Good original paint.

Price: $200