Early Victorian Riding Crop with Bronze Handle
A very popular pastime for the gentry in the Victorian and Edwardian period was fox hunting. Large country houses would regularly host shooting and hunting parties. In the countryside, fox hunting was a frequent event, and for this you would need the correct attire.
This riding crop was from the beginning of the Victorian period and has a bronze handle in the shape of a horses hoof. The shaft is made from bamboo.
The condition of the crop is good with no damage to the handle, the shaft has a few scuffs but generally in very good condition.
Dimensions: 88cm long