PonyPonyPony.com was the web site we created for these delightful painted poinies. We were the first E-Commerce store and sold hundreds, thousands, of The Trail of Painted Ponies. Each pony is identified on the underside of it's base.
Sequential: A Sequine Painted Pony was introduced in the Summer of 2003 - 14 years ago. The life size horse was magnificent with its 77,000 sequins. Can you imagine how painstaking that chore was? Our figurine is beautiful but does not have individual sequins. The top of the base has the same design as the saddle cloth. Sequine was only sold for one year, until September 2004. Thus, it is one of the rarest. Last production was 2E/0800.
The artist, Nancy Fleming, who has a Fine Arts Degree from the Kansas City Art Institute, is known as a collage artist who artfully incorporates found objects into her artwork, usually in some sort of repeating pattern. "I can't throw out junk mail without first removing the canceled stamps," she says, by way of explaining how she came to cover her horse with 77,000 iridescent and multi-colored sequins.
The first number on the bottom of the Painted Pony is the Edition Number. This number will have an “E” after it (example: 1E, 2E, 3E). The second number refers to the number of that particular Painted Pony in reference to the Edition that it was created in. This number will be between 1 and 10,000, since there are 10,000 Painted Ponies in each Edition. Translated - the last production horse wa 10800. The number of our pony is 2168....that's an early number. iE/2168. adly our phony has no box or tag. It's been rolled up on a towel for years.
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|Dimensions||6 inch H|