CHAMFRON WITH CHEEK-PIECES MTW0995 Chamfron (armour for a horse's face) and cheek-pieces. The steel chamfron is set decorated with silver-gilt appliqués and set with jade, carnelian, agate and coloured glass. These materials are characteristic of the decorative armour of parade horses and camels in the Ottoman period Ottoman Turkey or Egypt 18th century 54.5 x 74 cm
Horse from Berel kurgan burıal Khazachstan IV- III сent. B.C . Treasures of Ancient Altai Nomads Revealed BY MARAL IMANBAYEVA in KAZAKHSTAN TOURISM on 10 DECEMBER 2012. The buried horses were saddled and bridled; the heads of some of them were dressed in masks, and given wooden horns in the style of mountain goats.