This is a small reproduction of the head of a marble horse, of which only the front part remains, which was dedicated to Athena ca 490-480BC and is now in the Akropolis Museum in Athens.

The horse would have stood alone, without a rider and was a symbol of victory in a race for horses.

He has been cast for us, in Greece, using the traditional 'lost wax' method. As nothing is mass-produced, there will inevitably be slight variations in patination and colouring. Each piece is, therefore, unique. Also, please allow for variations of a millimetre or two from the specified height. He stands on a base of marble.

Read more about the horse in ancient Greece in Insights on our archived WordPress site.

dimensions Height including his marble base: 8.5cm Length from mane to nose: 7.5cm

bronze horsehead on a marble base (mini)

  • Code: BA-08
  • Status: In Stock
  • £30.00

  • excl tax: £25.00