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    Posted 2 months ago

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    This horse stands about 15" tall. It is made of some kind of metal. Can anyone provide any insight into where it may have come from? It is hollow inside. It seems like it is molded rather than sculpted. Please let me know if I can provide any other information that may be helpful.

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    1. PhilDMorris PhilDMorris, 2 months ago
      Yes I can see the mould (mold) marks, which I know that I used to see them esp in the 40's and 50's !~
    2. B72collect, 2 months ago
      If you type in "Ruby Lane Early 20th C. Chinese Bronze Horse", you will find an identical piece on there currently on their site. It might help with more information.
    3. B72collect, 2 months ago
      Sorry, just to be clear, type it in a google search, not a search on here.
    4. B72collect, 2 months ago
      One last thing, I believe that this is probably done by using the Lost-Wax Casting Method.
    5. Damonways Damonways, 2 months ago
      here ya go mb72....
    6. Rosemarie, 1 month ago
      Thank you all for your very helpful information.

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