Saddle, stirrups, and tack  Date: 1942–46 Culture: Tibetan Medium: Copper alloy, iron, gold, turquoise, wood, leather, and textile

Saddle, stirrups, and tack Date: 1942–46 Culture: Tibetan Medium: Copper alloy, iron, gold, turquoise, wood, leather, and textile

Front of Saddle, stirrups, and tack Date: 1942–46 Culture: Tibetan Medium: Copper alloy, iron, gold, turquoise, wood, leather, and textile

Front of Saddle, stirrups, and tack Date: 1942–46 Culture: Tibetan Medium: Copper alloy, iron, gold, turquoise, wood, leather, and textile

Equestrian Equipment, ca. 1942–46. Tibetan, Derge. The Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York. Purchase, Arthur Ochs Sulzberger and Kenneth and Vivian Lam Gifts; funds from various donors, by exchange; Laird and Kathleen Landmann and Bernice and Jerome Zwanger Gifts; and funds from various donors, 2008 (2008.81a–k) | This work demonstrates that the long tradition of finely made and ornately decorated ceremonial saddles flourished in Tibet until the mid-twentieth century. #horses

Equestrian Equipment, ca. 1942–46. Tibetan, Derge. The Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York. Purchase, Arthur Ochs Sulzberger and Kenneth and Vivian Lam Gifts; funds from various donors, by exchange; Laird and Kathleen Landmann and Bernice and Jerome Zwanger Gifts; and funds from various donors, 2008 (2008.81a–k) | This work demonstrates that the long tradition of finely made and ornately decorated ceremonial saddles flourished in Tibet until the mid-twentieth century. #horses

The cham mask. The cham dance is a lively masked and costumed dance associated with some sects of Buddhism, and is part of Buddhist festivals.

The cham mask. The cham dance is a lively masked and costumed dance associated with some sects of Buddhism, and is part of Buddhist festivals.

Ceremonial Saddle Date: 17th–18th century Culture: Tibetan or Chinese Medium: Iron, wood, gold, silver, leather, silk, copper

Ceremonial Saddle Date: 17th–18th century Culture: Tibetan or Chinese Medium: Iron, wood, gold, silver, leather, silk, copper

Jyakuchu Ito, Japan

Jyakuchu Ito, Japan

Set of Saddle Plates                                                                                      Date:                                        ca. 1400                                                          Culture:                                        Tibetan or Chinese                                                          Medium:                                        Iron, gold, lapis lazuli, turquoise

Set of Saddle Plates Date: ca. 1400 Culture: Tibetan or Chinese Medium: Iron, gold, lapis lazuli, turquoise

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astier

Saddle: Date: 17th–18th century Culture: Chinese for the Tibetan market, Medium: Iron, gold, silver, wood, coral, ivory, silk, hair, tin, pigments, leather

Saddle: Date: 17th–18th century Culture: Chinese for the Tibetan market, Medium: Iron, gold, silver, wood, coral, ivory, silk, hair, tin, pigments, leather

Sente Kannon Bosatsu Statue, Nanbokucho era (14 century), Japan

Sente Kannon Bosatsu Statue, Nanbokucho era (14 century), Japan

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