A finely detailed statue of a pair of horses pulling a chariot is after French sculptor Théophile Hingre (1832-1911).
- French antique art dated 1905
- Titled "Course Romaine" - French for chariot racing
- Cast spelter alloy metal sculpture
- Patinated silvery and bronze finish
- Losses to original finish & various repairs - see photos
- Weighs 31 pounds
Size is 28" wide, 8.5" deep, and 15" tall.
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Item # 44093