Original 1950's metal rocking chair by British toy company Tri-ang. Fabulous iconic design that would look great in any playroom. It's showing some signs of it's old age, but is a really charming piece and very collectable. Fact of the day: Tri-ang toys was formed by the Lines brothers - William, Walter and Arthur Lines. Those 'three Lines' made a triangle, hence the name Tri-ang! Please contact me for a postage quote.
Signs of Stress in Horses - TheHorse.com | Learn about the common signs your horse might show when under stress and ways to mitigate the possible causes using this new infographic from TheHorse and CEVA.
CUSTOM horse stall NAME PLATES - equestrian style for the barn, stable, and farm! Beautiful and colorful personalized horse stall plaques for your horse's show name and barn name and owner information AND your own photo too! Get customized colors at not extra cost. great gift for the new horse owner who loves their horse or pony. Can also be mounted on anything wood so you can take them to horse shows and events too. 100% made in the USA!
A hansom (one of the most popular and maneuverable 19th century carriages, named after its inventor John Hansom) in London, 1877
"Lorando B" - photo posted by Horse Talk, via Facebook; somatic mutation; Swedish Warmblood stallion; Lorando B is now known by a new show name “Remarkable” (and he’s now a gelding). He is best known for winning the 2014 U.S. Hunter Jumper Association Pre-Green Incentive Championship, with Scott Stewart riding him. - new name info from Horse Nation (http://www.horsenation.com/2016/02/04/fleeceworks-morning-feed-horse-of-a-different-color/) Please visit BarnGirl.com
Back in Stock - Vintage Washing Laundry Reckitt's Bag Blue Reckitt & Coleman Hull Dolly Bag 1950s NOS Dolly Blue £6 Long before the age of modern washing machines and powerful laundry detergents there was Reckitt's Blue considered to be one of the first laundry whiteners; it was produced by Reckitt & Sons (also known as Reckitt & Coleman) a company founded by Isaac Reckitt a Quaker of Hull in 1840. Please see Link for more details :))