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Cinderella's Golden Carousel, PTC Outside Row Jumper, © Jean Bennett

RARE CARVED AND PAINTED PINE LARGE CAROUSEL SEA LION, ATTRIBUTED TO GUSTAV BAYOL, PROBABLY FRENCH, CIRCA 1895

I'm usually a horse-only carousel purist, but this bunny is too cute.

  • Carrie Kester

    I LOVE the bunnies best!

  • Christi Nichols

    If only my grandpa was still here.. he made all his children beautiful carousel horses. I know he could have made me a bunny one..

Horse on Le Manège d'Andrea carousel in Segovia, Spain

  • Sarah S.

    That's not a horse. That's a unicorn. Or a horse with a tumor.... which is too sad. So, unicorn.

  • Siobhan Gallagher Kent

    That is not a horse. That is the mechanical demon horse of my nightmares come to life. *hides under bed*

  • Tam

    There's also a goose and a hot air balloon suspended from the ceiling and a super creepy guy that pops up out of the floor on this carousel. It is awesome.

Igknighter by A L Lawson, via Flickr

"The blossoms are coming down by themselves. It's their time too." -Julie, Carousel

CAROUSEL GOAT "PTC #9." IN NATURALISTIC COLORS WITH A POLYCHROME SADDLE, CIRCA 1905. Made by the Philadelphia Toboggan Company, which last operated in Pine Grove, Pennsylvania. The carousel was shipped back to the factory in 1925 for refurbishment; this figure retains the paint from that time period.

E. Joy Morris carving from Watkins Regional Park, Upper Marlboro, MD circa 1905 (Daniel Muller carving of a lion in background)

Carousel Horses. Whenever I got down I would rub their muzzles.

From the Philadelphia Toboggan Company carousel #12 first located at Chestnut Hill in Philadelphia, then to Seabreeze in Bridgeport, CT and finally Crystal Beach, Ontario, Canada.

Circa 1900 Looff Carousel Horse in Old Paint