Both are mold made examples depicting standing horses, facing forward, each with integral mounted riders wearing long dust-cover over coats, wide-cuffed trousers and brimmed, pointy hats. Hands held in the position of holding reins, probably originally leather reins now missing. Painted white slip horses, with red-orange blankets, highlighted in brown, black, red-orange and flesh colors. Both are repaired from a few large pieces with some areas of restoration especially to the hands. Very scarce and nice examples.
|Provenance: Tanfield collection, NJ., acquired at Sothebys, 2000.|
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