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    Ivory Horse & Rider
    France.
    Ca. 17th century.
    3"L. x 2-1/8"H.
    Intricately carved ivory fragmentary figure, depicting a knight mounted on horseback. Beautifully carved, having a furrowed cape, sleeves, horses mane and tail, all carved in a wind swept manner, suggesting a horse traveling at full gallop. Several losses, including all four legs of the horse, the riders feet and head, and his sword blade. Mounted on an old white alabaster-marble base.


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    Auction Dates
    March, 2008
    19th Wednesday
    Internet/Mail Bids: 9
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