Bridle rosettes have been used to decorate horse headstalls for centuries, but came into high fashion during the Victorian era, where these baubles were highly sought-after and often turned into jewelry after the hey-day ended in the 1940s. Glass dome with a metal alloy backing, brilliant sapphire blue base with a dimensional bridled chestnut horse head, a very common image for the early mid-century. This item is in very good, useable condition complete with leather keeper on back, although the glass has a few scratches on it - should be able to be buffed out. No manufacture stamp on back (not uncommon), a fabulous gift for the equestrian in your life. Measures 1 ¾ inches round x 1 ¼ inches thick.
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