What a huge carriage for such a small passenger! When I saw this image, the Indian auto, the Tata Nano came to mind. It's not all that much larger!
The Nano was originally priced to sell at the Indian equivalent of $2500.00. Switching back to baby carriages, for the same $2500 price you could buy a Roddler for your precious little jewel. I realize the wheels on this thing are nothing compared to the antique Austrian carriage but you can get a custom paint job, "tuck and roll" upholstery and who know what else to justify the price.
Big wheels also brought to mind the huge wooden water wheels we saw in Hama, Syria. Up to a thousand years old, some of the 20 still in operation are as large as 20 meters across. Not only a sight to behold they groan like prehistoric monsters.
You can hear them here:
Hama wooden water wheels grinding