Military saddle WW. 1 used by Cavalleggeri of Saluzzo


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Military saddle made by the "chief saddler" Luigi Cremasco, supplier of H.M. the Count of Turin, as show by the two silver studs on both sides under the cover flap for stirrup-straps. The saddle has the leather in excellent condition and is complete with  bags, saddle-blanket and one canvas bag with 3 aluminium horseshoes for rest or care. The rectangular stamp, marked with the letter A, placed on the back of one of the two  bags, shows that the saddle was used by the Cavalleggeri of Saluzzo from the 1912.

Missing bracket and associated stirrup-straps.

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This product was added to our catalog on Thursday 11 October, 2012.

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