This lovely little Collinson - is typical with its square uprights with diamond 'covers'. The eyes are plain metal. The saddle is red cord, with leather sides (not vinyl). Called Dapple Grey he has been loved by many but in the process has a thinner mane and tail (although still enough to look presentable as an old horse), and some areas of paint loss/chips (all original paint). The legs have been slightly strained at some point, so the joins are visible in a couple of places (but no movement). The stirrups are both detached, but kept safe in a box, with the straps (one strap fully detached, one still partly in place) and buckles.
The horse is approx. 36" (91cm) tall, and the stand is 44" (111cm) long by 14" (35.5cm) wide.
Priced at a very reasonable £450 this horse is lovely as he is but could be improved if necessary.
He is in North Somerset (not far from Bristol) and if interested contact Helen [email protected]