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Date Made/Found: Before 1881
Purchased through: Purchased through Alderman William Bragge F.S.A. , 1823-1884
Collector: Collected by Alderman William Bragge F.S.A. , 1823-1884
Material and Medium: wood
Dimensions: Overall: 110 x 115 x 180mm (4 5/16 x 4 1/2 x 7 1/16in.) Overall: 105 x 113 x 180mm (4 1/8 x 4 7/16 x 7 1/16in.)
Place Object Found: Chile
Accession Number: J11.5.81.298
Pair of stirrups made of light brown wood. Each is carved out of a solid piece of wood with an arch shaped cavity for the boot-toe. The outside is carved with leaf pattern. They are used to hold the feet of the rider and also to assist the rider to mount and dismount from the horse. They would be attached to the saddle with straps.
Display Location: In Store
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