A remarkable classical brass statue of a man trying to tame a rearing horse made in France appx. 1860. An absolute eyecatcher for any home or office and a perfect gift idea.
* A popular subject, after the pair of huge marble originals commissioned by Louis XIV for the Chateau de Marly, they were produced in large quanities (and varying quality) during the 19th century and are often referred to as ‘Marly horses’.
An authentic collector’s item.
This sculpture is an original antique, age-related signs of use are part of such pieces. Wear and imperfections commensurate from age, use, and being moved.