A metal bull head bridle decoration with a loop on the right side and a rectangular loop on the left side. The loop on the right has an "S" shaped hook/bolt through it. On the back of the bulls head "419" is written in ink on a small piece of white tape.
The bridle is a piece of safety equipment, responsible for holding the bit and the reins in place so that you can communicate with your horse while riding. Riders often decorate the bridle with metal ornamentations.
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Bridle Decoration, The Barbatsuly Collection, National Hellenic Museum, https://collections.nationalhellenicmuseum.org/Detail/objects/10176. Accessed 11/30/21.