Saddle Girth. ХХ c.
Saddle girth is a piece of horse equipment, a wide, sturdy leather belt that covers the horse's body from below and from both sides and holds the saddle on it. It is made of a wide strip of leather in two pieces, encrusted with metal plaques in the amount of 20 (twenty) units of different species.
- XX centure
- Place of discovery/Manufacture
- South Kazakhstan
- Materials, technic
- Leather, metal; notching, stamping
- 72 х 7,5
- National Museum of the Republic of Kazakhstan
- Inventory number
- ПМОтк2 – 3015/5