STABLE DOOR'S FINIAL
as Door Stop
English 1840s and contemporary

£165

Dimensions

H 18cm (7") W 9 cm (3.5")

Description

The finial from the arch above an early Victorian stable's loose box door is slipped into a hand-stitched leather cup of seasoned, full grain hide, to make a door stop with equestrian echoes.
English, cast iron c 1840s and bespoke contemporary leather cup by a master saddler.

Stock No. 1955

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