Cast Iron Horse Shoe with Cowboys
This lovely piece of cast iron adds a touch of rustic cowboy decor to your home. This cast iron horse shoe with cowboys features two cowboys on horseback roping a pony.
Measures 6" x 6", and weighs 2.25 lbs.
Love cast iron? Did you know cast iron also has a long and amazing history? From Wikipedia: "The earliest cast iron artifacts date to the 5th century BC, and were discovered by archaeologists in what is now Jiangsu in China. Cast iron was used in ancient China for warfare, agriculture, and architecture. During the 15th century, cast iron became utilized for artillery in Burgundy, France, and in England during the Reformation. The first cast iron bridge was built during the 1770s by Abraham Darby III, and is known as The Iron Bridge. Cast iron is also used in the construction of buildings." (You can learn more here: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Cast_iron.)