Dating from the 17th century, these English carved stone horse and unicorn statues are architectural fragments from history. Over 350 years old, they likely once served as decorative features of 17th century exterior architecture, now mounted onto contemporary metal stands for display. Though the unicorn horn has been lost over the centuries, both horse and unicorn remain intact, showcasing recognisable details in the warm honey coloured limestone.
Each approx. H61.5 x W36 x D29 cm
Without stand, largest stone is H55 x W36 x D11 cm
Base ø: 29 cm