Limited Edition Sterling Silver Ferrari Prancing Horse

The House of Maranello has a new luxury offering for its loyal patrons. A sterling silver Ferrari Prancing Horse from its stable of good luck charms is now available for purchase at Ferrari online store. The Prancing Horse emblem was given to Enzo Ferrari in 1929 by Countess Paolina Baracca, mother of Italy’s World War I hero Count Francesco Baracca, and has been Ferrari’s symbol ever since.

The limited edition sterling silver Prancing Horse is hand-made in Italy using wax methods almost non-existence today. Weighing 1.87 lbs (850 grams) and standing at 7.9 inches (20 cm), the sculpture is mounted on a plexiglass base. Offered in an elegant red box it comes with limited edition number etched on the plexiglass base, assuring its exclusivity. Limited to just 99 pieces, it is priced at $6,777. This can be a beautiful addition to your sculpture collection or as a decoration to your office desk.

Ferrari Prancing Horse - Silver 2

Source: Ferrari

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