Catalog No. 0000.00.0
"Winner's Circle" horse race winner box bag
11 L x 5 3/4 H 2 3/4 D in.
Full-color screen printed box bag depicting the head and neck of a horse wearing a garland of appliquéd red satin roses. Background surrounds the figure with black-printed horseshoes and faux-gold coins, a reference to Collins's popular "money" themes including "money tree" and "money to burn."
Title of Piece
winner's circle (sic)
Enid Collins (American, 1926-1989), for Collins of Texas
Brown, red, black
Animals, horses, horse-racing, Triple Crown, nature, outdoors, success, money
Signature and/or Mark
"ec" and copyright symbol screen printed on lower right front
Acrylic serigraph on heavily lacquered solid wood (probably mahogany); acrylic embellishments; hand-wrought solid brass clasps and ornaments; rigid vinyl handle; satin lining; mirror
Web-press serigraph print; machine-made box with hand-applied stain and lacquer; hand-wrought solid brass; some hand assembly (hand application of embellishments)
Place of Manufacture
Places of Sale
Shows less-than-typical wear, including to handles; original screen print unmarred and vivid; appliqués intact, in place and in very good condition.
One of several designs featuring horses. From Collins of Texas advertising and promotion materials: "A deep tradition, a spectacular garland of red roses is triumphantly draped over the Kentucky Derby winning thoroughbred at the Winner's Circle."