Bronze Statue from Mali

This is a very fine piece of Dogon lost wax technique from Mali. The horseman has a stylized head not unlike that of the Kala tribesman and sports a neat beard. The details on this statue are superb, the rope bridle has a complex twisted pattern and the warrior holds the reins. The horse is

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T’ang Horse

This is said to be T’ang but in fact it is a replica made about 200 years ago to embellish the houses of merchants and aristocrats. It is made of terra cotta. The style of this horse is not unlike those of the late Han period as the design of the saddle is identical so

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Staffordshire Equestrian Statuette

These statuettes were produced from potteries in Staffordshire from 1800’s to the 1900’s with a riot of subjects from famous criminals to royalty, sporting events, farming, entertainment. This statue is delightfully picturesque, showing a girl riding home with a hare. The hare was a symbol of fecundity, although these pieces were not conversational, just made

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Carved Wooden Horse from India

This object is an elaborately decorated carved horse from Rajasthan, India with full regalia. It is painted white and decorated with colours that have faded and worn. It is the most impressive and beautiful object and so stylistically Indian. It may well have been made as a pair to stand either side of an entrance.

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Wooden Statuette of a Horse

This delightful decorated horse comes from Jaipur, India, but was purchased in Rajasthan. This pinto horse is fairly common in India and many of the Marwari’s are colored. He has been decorated with a breast plate and a sash from the bridle to the girth area. He is probably 20th century. 8” (20 cm ) x

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