Household Cavalry Charger - 2015

Bronze, Signed Hamish Mackie, Numbered edition of 12, Dated 2015 This sculpture was commissioned by the Officers of the Household Cavalry to commemorate the Queens new Standard.
10,000 Inc. VAT
43cm long x 65cm high x 18cm wide / 17" long x 25.5" high x 7" wide
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"I was hugely honoured to be commissioned by the Household Cavalry to make a sculpture for the officer’s mess, commemorating The Queen’s new Standard presented to them in 2015." (HM)

The Household Cavalry of the British Army, formerly The Life Guards and The Blues and Royals, have a mounted regiment whose task it is to carry out traditional ceremonial duties. Every ten years they are awarded new Standards by Her Majesty the Queen in a ceremony which incorporates a Service of Consecration.

This sculpture of a Household Cavalry Charger bearing the Queen’s Standard was a special piece made to mark the presentation on Horse Guards Parade.

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THIS SCULPTURE IN THE MAKING

bronze Household Cavalry charger
Cavalry charger sculpture detail
Mounted cavalry officer
Photo of Cavalry officer

It is not often you get the chance to photograph a Cavalry Charger, when in full charge directly at you!