Welcome to Gifted Treasuresis a complete set of horse sculptures from 1987. 12 gorgeous horse figurines. Worth several hundred dollars. Kakiemon, 5 inch tall porcelain or ceramic horse with decorative gold trimming and red, yellow, green and blue flower decor. Excellent condition with no chips or cracks. Delft porcelain or ceramic blue horse stands 5 inches tall. I see no chips or cracks. Greek Classical, dull yellow color, not sure of material made of, very tiny chip on the tip of his ear. Stands 4 1/2 inches tall. T'ang Dynasty, 5 inches tall, ceramic or porcelain. I see no chips or cracks. English, 5 inches tall, ceramic or porcelain, I see no chips or cracks. Renaissance is 4 inches tall, and looks cast iron or hard metal made. No damage. Greek Geometric is 4 1/4 inches tall. Cast iron or similar material made. No damage. Han Dynasty gree metal or iron made horse stands 4 inches tall. No damage. Western, cast iron or metal made, stands 4 inches tall. No damage just a few spots of white. looks like it can be cleaned off though. Art Deco is 4 3/4 inches tall, made of smoked glass or similar material. No cracks or chips. Terra Cotta is 5 inches tall. This brown ceramic pegasus horse has been broken at the base of the feet, and glued back on. A few minor chippings in this area. No name on the green glass or similar material horse one a plastic black stand. Not sure if t is any chips as the carvings are abstract. No stand or wall display for these horses are included in this auction. However, a display cabinet would not be hard to find or expensive. 7.8 lbs. PLEASE ASK QUESTIONS PRIOR TO BIDDING. PLEASE PAY BY PAY PAL or send out money order WITHIN TWO DAYS. I take action against non payers. I REDUCE SHIPPING COSTS FOR MULTIPLE ITEM PURCHASES, SO PLEASE CHECK OUT MY OTHER AUCTIONS at I ship worldwide upon request. INSURANCE IS required on some items and optional on others at the buyers expense, shipping cost quoted includes packaging materials. Please contact me if not satisfied prior to leaving negative feedback so I can try to fix it. Thanks!
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