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Old 23rd April 2020, 03:52 AM   #1
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Default SPANISH COLONIAL PERIOD SADDLE STIRRUP

Spanish Colonial artisan-made stirrup, from what is now Southwestern USA or from Mexico. The hand-hammered ironwork, sheet brass cover, and cast brass braces have a nice, even patina. Wood has split from age. Nails are hand-made. I think it's probably 1700s, but could be early 1800s, or even 1600s piece. It weighs 1.3 kg.
$65 post-paid in the USA. PM me for a shipping quote for where you are.
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