View Dealers Items
$638 - €579
Secure Payments By
This is a beautiful pair of carved hardwood buffaloes which date from the late 19th century. The animals and their riders are really exquisitely carved and the hardwood has a wonderful colour and patina. The riders have typical paddy field attire, they and the buffaloes have their original bone teeth and eyes. These come with their original carved wood stands and make a very handsome pair.
They stand 20 cms high and the stands measure 26 cms by 13 cms.
Rams Head Antiques has clarified that the pair of carved hardwood Water Buffaloes (LA82746) are genuinely of the period declared with the date/period of manufacture being 1890.
Please contact Rams Head Antiques for delivery of this item. UK delivery is £20 or you are most welcome to collect.
This item is located in Durham, United Kingdom.
Please enter any additional details regarding this item:
Rams Head Antiques has 460 items available.View All Dealers Items
Pretty Pair of Antique Table Lamps c.1900
French Louis XV Style Marble Top Commode Chest of Good Bombe Shape c.1890
Antique Chinese Sailing Junk c.1910
Good Victorian Stags Head Taxidermy
Large Chinese Champleve Enamel Vase & Cover c.1920
Large Antique Feraghan Rug / Carpet West Persia of Good Quality
Fabulous Antique Bombay Rosewood Cabinet c.1850
Antique Louis XV Burr Walnut Table 19th Century
Antique Kashgai Carpet
Antique Lacquered Chinoiserie Triple Dressing Mirror
Good Signed Japanese Kutani Vase c.1890
Superb Antique Collection Butterfly Specimens Mahogany Case
Antique Painted Oak French Dresser Base c.1880
Antique Bakhtiari Rug / Carpet C.1910
Antique Bakhtiari Rug / Carpet c.1900
Antique Zil-I-Sultan Rug / Carpet South East Persia
Large Antique French Gilt Mirror c.1880
Fill out the fom below to ask the dealer a question and request them to call you back.
Please enter your question below:
Please enter your enquiry below:
Rams Head Antiques does not accept instant online payment for this item.
To buy this item please email the dealer using the enquiry form below.