This piece depicts a medieval palfrey horse which were the tamed or saddled steeds normally ridden by ladies and sometimes by kings and princes to make their majestic entrances into towns and cities. This creation belongs to the Re-Deco collection, a series which adds a new vision of Lladró's work by means of decoration with luster, a complex technique that only the best artists are capable of applying.
The realism and size of this piece give it great decorative potential. But perhaps the most striking feature is the highly attractive contrast between the whiteness of the horse and the golden arabesques that decorate the harness and the blanket, which also includes white patterns. The ornamental wealth is rounded off by a combination of matte textures on the horse and gloss in the trappings. Base included 16.5" x 15.75" x 6.25"