A courtly lady on horse with a falcon by John Samuel Hunt made in London in 1849

Date Created: 19 April 2018

Author: John Samuel Hunt

Source: The Internet

Owner: Sotheby's Olympia

Location: London, UK

Link to: Website

  • United Kingdom
  • Falcon
  • Sculpture
  • 19th Century
  • Hunting
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A large Victorian silver centrepiece, John Samuel Hunt, London, 1849, modelled as a falconry scene: a courtly lady on horseback holding the falcon with gentleman walking alongside 54.5cm, 21in high, 5450gr, 175oz 4dwt


Sale Date(s)

  • 25 Jun 2003 01:00 BST

Venue Address

W14 8UX United Kingdom

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