Statuette of an Iberian horseman. Reproduction made in lost wax cast bronze. Finished with antique patina.
Measurements: 7 x 2,5 x 8 cm.
Reproduction of an Iberian votive offering, representing an apparently naked horseman, hair parted in the middle, large eyes, carrying a shield on his back. The left hand holds the reins of the animal, while the right hand carries a spear. Found in the Collado de los Jardines, in the Despeñaperros pass, (Jaén).
The original is on display in the National Archaeological Museum of Madrid (M.A.N.).
Decorative elements, archaeological reproductions from Antiquity. Ideal for decoration or gift.