Edwardian Novelty Equestrian Vesta Cast Metal c.1910
This is part of a very unusual novelty vesta case that dates to the early 1900s. In the form of a horse's head it has been crisply cast in a metal (lead alloy we believe). The horse's head lifts to reveal a space where a container probably sat (now missing).
Please see photos but it is offered in as found condition. It has a nice casting and patina no obvious damage to .
Height 11.5cm or 4.53inches; width 12.5cm or 4.92 inches ; depth 6.5cm or 2.56 inches
Weight: 307g or 198 dwt
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