Arabian, Grey - Loza Electrica
Loza Electrica had an unfortunately short run in the model-making business. Started in 1992 by the grandson of Maxine Renaker (the founder of Hagen-Renaker, but not affiliated with that company), it operated in Mexico, creating lovely equine sculpts in ceramic. The company went out of business in 1998, making their pieces hard to find and highly sought-after today, commanding high prices. The beautiful Arabian sculpt is one of their most celebrated pieces. The week spot in the piece is its attachment to its base, and when you are lucky enough to come across one, it will most likely be detached from the base, or completely base-less.
This particular model was purchased at Breyerfest by its consignor. He is rated as Very Good condition marked down from Mint because his base broke off from him on the way to us, and took part of one leg with it. He should be easy to repair, as it's a clean break, and then you'll have a beautiful, hard-to-find model at an incredible price! (They normally sell for $85 or more!) He features a speckly grey body with lots of highlights, airbrushed black socks and a base the color of the desert sand. The base will be wrapped separately from horse for a safe trip to you. Won't you rescue this handsome fellow?
Size: 5.5" tall