Medieval Iron Horse Bridle

£ 150.00

A medieval horse bridle made of hand-forged iron. It is composed of two free-running rings to the cheeks, and a central bar, which is made from two adjoining pieces and attaches the two cheekpieces together.

Date: Circa 14th-15th century AD
Condition: Fine condition. Some wear in the material.


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A snaffle is the simplest and most usual type of bit used in horse riding. It consists of a bit mouthpiece with a ring on either side, and acts by applying direct pressure.

Weight 373.3 g
Dimensions L 26 x H 6.5 cm