Antique Mongolian Saddle Signed in Chinese Characters 19th century

Antique Mongolian Saddle Signed in Chinese Characters 19th century

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Antique Mongolian Saddle Signed in Chinese Characters 19th century
Antique Mongolian Saddle Signed in Chinese Characters 19th century
Antique Mongolian Saddle Signed in Chinese Characters 19th century
Antique Mongolian Saddle Signed in Chinese Characters 19th century
Antique Mongolian Saddle Signed in Chinese Characters 19th century
Antique Mongolian Saddle Signed in Chinese Characters 19th century
Antique Mongolian Saddle Signed in Chinese Characters 19th century
Antique Mongolian Saddle Signed in Chinese Characters 19th century

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Rare authentic antique, 18th -19th century, Mongolian saddle made in distinguished Mongolian style, constructed of several elements of hardwood of a beautiful grain, with a tall gullet and cantle fitted with a brass frame engraved with a repeated braid pattern deeply stamped on the four ends with a rectangular seal containing Chinese characters. The exterior adorned in coral color, and enhanced in the interior with a green paint border.

The Mongolian saddles, with there unique pattern, are different in style from the Chinese and Tibetan saddles, and they rarely appear for sale.

MEASUREMENTS: Overall length: 39 cm (15 3/8 in). Height: 29.2 cm (11 1/2 in).

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Item Details:

  • Reference #
  • ES637
  • Quantity
  • 1
  • Category
  • Militaria & Weapons
  • Department
  • Antiques
  • Year
  • 19th century
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  • Condition
  • good

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