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

Ottoman saddle, the middle of the 17th century. Gold, silver, copper, engraving, gilding, sewing. f Moscow Kremlin Museums.

Saddle | | 17th century |

Saddle Date: 16th century Culture: Turkish Medium: Wood, bone, leather, textile, polychromy Dimensions: Saddle weight 9 lb. 3 oz. ( 4167 gm) Stirrups, each1lb.5oz. (595gm) Classification: Equestrian Equipment Credit Line: Gift of William H. Riggs, 1913 Accession Number: 14.25.1651

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 label with the inscription ''Dress (?) saddle cloth Mrs Edith Hodges wife to Thomas Hodges Esq. 1717''


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Saddle, Ottoman silk, velvet, gems. Russia, 17th century. ©Moscow Kremlin Museum