Small but impactful, this intricate horse and rider table sculpture is in the vein of Frederic Weinberg, which in turn is in the vein of Etruscan-era art. It looks ancient and depending on your perspective, it is...how long ago does the 1960's seem to you? There is no damage to the piece--the patina you see is intentional.
4.25" H x 2.5" W x 3.5" D
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