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Sebastian

£3,995.00

‘Sebastian’ is a lovely rare walnut rocking horse on a safety stand from the renowned English makers Stevenson Brothers, and is dated as 2001 on his brass plaque.

This model is the large size and really shows the beauty of the wood in every detail. He has a beautiful real horsehair mane and tail in dark and light chestnut, glass eyes and a friendly face. His fixed saddle is in excellent condition and matches his removable bridle in dark brown leather with brass fittings and jointed snaffle bit. His saddlecloth, seat and rosette are all in a beautiful contrasting navy.

We have cleaned and rewaxed the stand, rewaxed all the leatherwork and cleaned the buckles, replaced his stirrups and metalwork then polished all his brass, cleaned and conditioned his mane and tail, rubbed down and waxed the woodwork until he looks in showroom condition again and he is now just looking for his new home.

Sebastian also has the optional safe / locking compartment built in under his belly, so all your secrets can be stored under lock and key!

His measurements are:

Height 124 cm

Width 46 cm

Length 142 cm

DELIVERY INCLUDED UK MAINLAND – exc Highlands. Other areas by arrangement and at additional cost. Or you may view and collect from us here at IP21. Courier is typically approx. 14 days but our courier will liaise with you to arrange a mutually convenient delivery date and time.

Please be aware these are mostly old horses and as such may show some minor age related characteristics. All the horses however are solid. If you are unsure, please arrange to come and view before purchasing. Viewing is very welcome by appointment.

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‘Sebastian’ is a lovely rare walnut rocking horse on a safety stand from the renowned English makers Stevenson Brothers, and is dated as 2001 on his brass plaque.

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