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Saddle. Northern Italy, 1st half of the 15th century. Stag's horn;bone;wood;parchment  H. 385 mm x W. 365 mm x D. 470mm. Florence, Museo Nazionale del Bargello,  Inv. 3 A.

Saddle. Northern Italy, 1st half of the 15th century. Stag's horn;bone;wood;parchment H. 385 mm x W. 365 mm x D. 470mm. Florence, Museo Nazionale del Bargello, Inv. 3 A.

Saddle (selle) (Underside). Southeast Germany, 1st half of the 15th c. Bone panels on wood; leather;birch-bark.  H. 330 mm x W. 455 mm x D. 555 mm. Braunschweig, Kunstmuseum des Landes Niedersachsen, Herzog Anton-Ulrich Museum,  MA 111.

Saddle (selle) (Underside). Southeast Germany, 1st half of the 15th c. Bone panels on wood; leather;birch-bark. H. 330 mm x W. 455 mm x D. 555 mm. Braunschweig, Kunstmuseum des Landes Niedersachsen, Herzog Anton-Ulrich Museum, MA 111.

Burgundian or German    Parade Saddle, 1500/30    Wood, covered with pigskin and staghorn- Art Institute of Chicago

Burgundian or German Parade Saddle, 1500/30 Wood, covered with pigskin and staghorn- Art Institute of Chicago

(photo from The Wallace Collection) 'Elfenbein' saddle A408, 'riding' style, in The Wallace Collection

(photo from The Wallace Collection) 'Elfenbein' saddle A408, 'riding' style, in The Wallace Collection

Parade Saddle Date: ca. 1450 Culture: German or Tyrolean Medium: Carved bone with traces of polychromy, mounted on a wood frame Dimensions: L. 22 in. (54.8 cm); H. 16 1/2 in. (41.9 cm); W. 17 in. (43.2 cm)

Parade Saddle Date: ca. 1450 Culture: German or Tyrolean Medium: Carved bone with traces of polychromy, mounted on a wood frame Dimensions: L. 22 in. (54.8 cm); H. 16 1/2 in. (41.9 cm); W. 17 in. (43.2 cm)

Saddle. Glasgow, Kelvingrove Art Gallery and Museum, Inv. E.1939.65.bx

Saddle. Glasgow, Kelvingrove Art Gallery and Museum, Inv. E.1939.65.bx

Ceremonial saddle of Ladislaus the Posthumous, c. 1455. Wien, KHM A 64

Ceremonial saddle of Ladislaus the Posthumous, c. 1455. Wien, KHM A 64

Saddle (selle); also known as the 'Körmend Saddle' or 'Batthyany-Strattman Saddle' (Top). Tyrol, Western Austria or Northern Italy, c. 1430-1460. Boston, Museum of Fine Arts,  69.944.

Saddle (selle); also known as the 'Körmend Saddle' or 'Batthyany-Strattman Saddle' (Top). Tyrol, Western Austria or Northern Italy, c. 1430-1460. Boston, Museum of Fine Arts, 69.944.

On the art of Renaissance and Ottoman Hungary...: In the name of St. George: Fifteenth-century Bone Saddles

On the art of Renaissance and Ottoman Hungary...: In the name of St. George: Fifteenth-century Bone Saddles

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