Pendant inspired by a painting in the National Gallery in London.
Whistlejacket was a chestnut stallion, with flaxen-coloured mane and tail, painted in 1762 by George Stubbs. He was a Thoroughbred race horse foaled in 1749 at the stud of Sir William Middleton, 3rd Baronet at Belsay Castle in Northumberland, England, and named after a contemporary cold remedy containing gin and treacle.
Silver Plated Pendant
1" diameter artwork
Supplied with 17 3/4" length chain
Please Allow 3-4 Weeks For Delivery.