A fine Dogon bronze equestrian figure with an
elongated face and two companions atop a horse. Horses were rare among the Dogon and were considered a status symbol, reserved for the elite. No maker's marks.
Table lamp made from a 19th-century bronze galloping
horse statue mounted on a wood base. Black paper shade with a gold interior is included. Wired and in working condition. Shade, 16"L x 10"W x 10"H.
Classic horse head sculpture on marble base. The
horse was a symbol of prestige, wealth and status in Ancient Greece and social rank was often defined by the ability to own and maintain a horse. For you inner aristocrat. Founded ...