16 June 2006
A GROUP OF IRANIAN BRONZE ANIMALS
CIRCA 1000-700 B.C.
Including five horses, two perforated through the shoulders; a stag with upturned horns, a long conical element projecting from its back; eight horse-and-riders; and portions of a cart, preserving two wheels and the perforated pole, the animals all with tubular bodies and tapering legs
Tallest: 2 5/8 in. (6.7 cm.) high (15)
American Private Collection, 1983.
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