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