My father had these made and made a run of 10 jockey boys about 40 years ago. These were patterned from an authentic full-size Jocko. I anticipate three or four separate boxes, the patterns are heavy. When you have all the pieces cast. Bolt or tack weld pieces together (we used to tack weld them).
One 1/4 thick steel plate. Wider than the pedestal top. Position Jocko and mark shoe outlines. Weld a bolt into the bottom of each shoe.
Mark shoe bolt locations on steel plate, drill holes. Add steel plate to the top of the pedestal. Let it overhang 1/4 all around.
Add ring to his hand and if you want provision for lighting, drill holes. Bolt Jocko to steel plate. Fill seams with body filler. Primer and paint (green base, red vest, black shoes, red/white hat, white pants/shirt). The item "Foundry Patterns to Make Cast Iron Jocko Graves Hitching Post Lawn Jockey" is in sale since Saturday, July 27, 2019.
This item is in the category "Collectibles\Cultures & Ethnicities\Black Americana\Figures & Sculptures". The seller is "evanshops" and is located in Grover Beach, California.
This item can be shipped to United States.