Early 19th Century Saddle Horse

A stunning English Country House painted pine saddle horse. Constructed of pine and oak and retaining the original paint the saddle horse has a removable oak frame complete with iron hooks for horse tack etc. The main body of the horse has two fall front cupboards, one either side that are complete with lopers and polished brass catches that allow storage within the body of the rack. Iron bound and raised on four iron legs with a pair of wheels to one end and folding handles the saddle horse can be easily wheeled around. The iron frame bars a cast makers plaque for renowned makers Cottam & Co, Winsley Street, London.

Early to Mid 19th Century
Circa 1820 - 1850

Approx. Dimensions:
Width 128cm
Depth 44cm
Height 107cm

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