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(photo from Royal Armouries) Saddle 'Elfenbein' saddle, 'riding' style, century Hungarian saddle, in the Royal Armouries

'Mother hubbard saddle #2'. The kind of that wealthy "Californios" or "Rancheros" would have owned around the 1840's - 1860's. Made by Heather Moreton-Abounader of Desert Night Creations.

'Mother hubbard saddle The kind of that wealthy "Californios" or "Rancheros" would have owned around the - Made by Heather Moreton-Abounader of Desert Night Creations.

Prunksattel 15th century saddle which belonged to Emperor Albrecht II (v) of Habsburg.  Currently located in the Kunsthistoriches Museum Neue Burg arms and armour collection.

Prunksattel century saddle which belonged to Emperor Albrecht II (v) of Habsburg. Currently located in the Kunsthistoriches Museum Neue Burg arms and armour collection.

Bone saddle (Jankovich Saddle) | Central Europe, 1420—1440; Budapest, Magyar Nemzeti Muzeum. The tradition says it was offered by Sigismund III to Vlad II Dracul

Bone saddle (Jankovich Saddle) | Central Europe, 1420—1440; Budapest, Magyar Nemzeti Muzeum. The tradition says it was offered by Sigismund III to Vlad II Dracul

Tratzberg saddle. Germany or Tirol, c. 1400- 1450. Staghorn; wood; birch bark; leather.  H 444 mm x W 476 mm x D 457 mm. Engraved German inscription in Gothic script: 'wol mich nu wart/in dem ars is vinster/frei dich mit gantzem willen' (right side); 'wol mich wart/ich hof der liben somerzeit/lach l.... New York, Metropolitan Museum of Art  04.3.249

Parade Saddle Date: Culture: German or Tyrolean Medium: Bone, polychromy, wood, birch bark

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

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

Saddle of Bone (left side), decorated with dragons. Austrian or Hungarian, 1416. Possibly made for the Hungarian Order of the Dragon. Royal Armouries, London

Saddle of Bone (left side), decorated with dragons. Austrian or Hungarian, Possibly made for the Hungarian Order of the Dragon.

(photo by Andrea Carloni(Rimini)) 'Elfenbein' saddle, 'war' style, in the Kunst Historisches Museum Vienna

The Jousting Life: Re-Creating Medieval and Renaissance Saddles: Part One

Birchwood and stag horn saddle, probably Italian, 14th century  delicately carved birch wood. Into this, plaques of bone have been inlaid.  enhanced with green and red tinting. of scrollwork and gothic lettering point to  kingdom of Bohemia.

Birchwood and stag horn saddle, probably Italian, century delicately carved birch wood. Into this, plaques of bone have been inlaid. enhanced with green and red tinting. of scrollwork and gothic lettering point to kingdom of Bohemia.

File:Henry V Order of the Dragon saddle Ornate saddle in the royal armories in the Tower of London. Tag for the exhibit states: "Saddle for the Order of the Dragon. This saddle was possibly given to King Henry V of England when he was admitted into the knightly Order of the Dragon in 1416 by King Sigismund of Hungary. It is one of a series of medieval saddles all decorated on the theme of St. George and the Dragon. They are ornamented with bone inlay plates and some, including this example…

File:Henry V Order of the Dragon saddle Ornate saddle in the royal armories in…

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

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

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