Set of two hand-cast plaster horse bookends. The ancient Greek world revered the horse. Some areas of Greece were particularly famous for their horsemanship. Horses represented wealth and status and were integral to a thriving economy and an essential part of warfare. Horses also played a central role in great civic festivals in the ancient world, such as the Panathenaic Games in Athens, the Olympics, chariot races and single horse races.
- Hand-cast plaster - Made in Greece - Each bookend measures 8½ inches H x 2 inches W x 6¾ inches D - Box measures 9 inches x 7 inches x 12 inches - Sold as a set of two bookends - Item #: S259104
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