An English painted lead animal sculpture of a squirrel from the first half of the 20th century. This sculpture features a sweet squirrel with a nicely weathered appearance due to its presence outdoors, voraciously eating what is most likely a nut. Propped on his back paws, with its tail raised, the squirrel’s joy of having found sustenance is quite communicative. Its aged patina adds to the charm and authenticity of the piece. Placed anywhere indoors or outdoors, this English 1930s small animal sculpture will be a great decorative accent.