Bridle, Tibetan, 15th-17th century, leather, iron and gold.

Tibetan Bridle, Centuries - Leather, iron & gold - Metropolitan Museum of Art (Source)

Real armor that used to belong to the Swedish king Gustav II Adolf, and originally worn as part of the festivities surrounding his wedding with Maria Eleonora in 1620.

Armor belonging to the Swedish king Gustav II Adolf, and originally worn as part of the festivities surrounding his wedding with Maria Eleonora in

Museum exhibit of samurai on horseback. The samurai and horse armor date to the late 17th/early 18th century. Museum of Civilization, France.

Museum exhibit of samurai on horseback. The samurai and horse armor date to the late century. Museum of Civilization, France.

Collection of 18th C. Earthenware Horses mfr'd in Leeds, England.

Earthenware horses manufactured in Leeds, England in the century. Made for saddle shop’s windows, they are 19 inches tall.

Armor with Equestrian Equipment, late 18th–19th century. Chinese. The Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York. Bequest of George C. Stone, 1935 (36.25.3a–v) #horses

The man’s armor, known as dingjia (armor with nails), is a very elaborate example of the military costume worn at the imperial court by high-ranking officials in the eighteenth and nineteenth centuries

'Saddles' - Collection of illustrations from Jo Mora's Californios.

These archival prints feature images specifically from Jo's sketch books and his illustrations from Trail Dust and Saddle Leather, Californios and his children's book Budgee Budgee Cottontail.

Chess piece (knight) [Western European (perhaps English)] (68.95) | Heilbrunn Timeline of Art History | The Metropolitan Museum of Art

the-wicked-knight: “ Chess piece (knight), ca. western European (perhaps English,Ivor, MET. Once a piece of exquisitely carved small sculpture, this ivory chessman is today an important document for the study of late medieval horse armor.

The black horse armor by Zoltán Koszta, via Behance

A unique mold design and custom workmanshipLeatherworkers work is completely hand-made

Gold and Silver-toned lacquered wooden Samurai saddle with stirrups made for the elite Takenaka family, circa 1678.

Japon - Gold and Silver-toned lacquered wooden Samurai saddle with stirrups made for the elite Takenaka family, circa

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