Pair of Teakwood Temple HorsesEarly 20th century
A pair of carved and painted horses that were used at the entrance of a village temple.
Horses represent valour and chivalry and are considered good omen for the temple. Mounted on a solid base that allows the horses are in a upright, rearing position, made of teakwood and covered in vegetable paints. Note the size; they are almost one meter in height.
Note: One of the horses got sold. The price quoted is for the other one.
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H: 89 cm W: 70 cm D: 20 cm
H: 35” W: 27 ½” D: 8”