Vibrant Green is the perfect backdrop to our finely turned out hunting pair, depicted in this collectible bridle rosette dating between 1890 and 1910. These were traditional decorations on bridles for driving horses, and they also served as a functional way to hold the headstall together. These became quite vogue during the Victorian Era and are quite scarce today. Repurposed into a lovely necklace using doubled pleated and smooth leather cord with a lobster claw clasp. Featured in the book "Bridle Rosettes, Two Centuries of Equine Adornment" by E. Helene Sage, rosette measures 1 1/2 inches round.