saddle (animal furniture)

Riding saddle tree for a horse. Deeply cut grooves form patterns almost all over the saddle. The wooden arches are braced with two large iron bands fixed with iron rivets. The saddle has 2 loops at the rear for the attachment of saddlebags. Each sidebar has 2 oblong holes, one for the attachment of the girth strap and the other for the stirrup leather. (Beech wood, iron bands). Width of one side 140mm, height in front 285mm, width in front 270mm.

Placed on the pack horses which accompany the sheep in spring into the mountains.

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