London, South Kensington
18 July 2002
TWO SIMILAR PAINTED POTTERY MODELS OF HORSES
WITH BROAD SHOULDERS AND HIND QUARTERS, STANDING FOUR SQUARE ON RECTANGULAR BASES, ONE WITH ITS HEAD HELD HIGH, THE OTHER WITH ITS NECK ARCHED AND HEAD TURNED SLIGHTLY TO THE LEFT, BOTH WITH SADDLES AND CLOTHS FITTED TO THEIR BACKS -- 16¼IN. (41.5CM.) HIGH MAX. (OLD WEAR).
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