Wood and metal
613 mm (length); 196 mm (width); 295 mm (height)Order this image
National Trust Museum of Childhood (Accredited Museum)
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A wooden Noah's ark. (circa 1880). The roof is painted brown to represent tiles, with a black and white dove carrying a leaf in its beak. The side and end walls are pale blue with five white windows painted on each side. One side slides off. One end has two white painted windows on the lower storey and one black painted window above. The other end has brown double doors in a white frame painted on with one black window painted above. The base is a flat piece of wood painted at both ends.