This pair of antique Spanish Conquistador brass horse stirrups would make an excellent home accent for Spanish-themed, western, or horse lovers! Unique as a display item, they are versatile and can be hung on a wall (there's a triangular cut out on the bottom of each stirrup) and used as a pocket vase for faux flowers and greenery. They are made of brass and have a raised fan-like design with scrolls. They each have a bar across the front that could be used for hanging a tassel or anything else you desire.
We believe that these date back as far as the 1800s. They are probably between 100-200 years old. Additionally, it has been reported that they were made in Europe (France or Germany) for South American's.
They include the greenery as shown in the pictures. They measure approx. 11" x 5" (without the greenery), and are heavy. Wear is commensurate with age and use.
Located just across the Tennessee line, in North Georgia. No checks - Cash and carry. $75.00
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