A silky, snow-white, flowing mane and tail and large sky blue eyes, this beautiful unicorn comes to life in the imagination of a child. This magnificent unicorn is a work of art and can transform into a magnificent horse as the golden horn is magnetized and can be removed and stored until needed again.
This work of art will be your child’s best friend and give years of imaginative play. He will grow older with your child and thrill generations of children to come. A family heirloom now and in the future.
The unicorn has been carved from Tulip tree hardwood, more commonly known as Yellow Poplar. His swing stand can be painted to coordinate with the tack or your child’s bedroom/playroom décor. He has gold coloured hooves and horn and matching swing irons. His mane and tail are made from pure white synthetic, silky hair that can be curled and washed when necessary, the mane can also be dyed any colour.
His bridle and saddle are made from metallic gold coloured leather with brass fittings. This horse has 3.5” brass stirrups.
The unicorn rocking horse can be made in two different sizes: Medium and Large.
* Approximate sizes are given above. Each horse is measured from the floor to the ears. As all horses are unique, sizes are a guide only and may vary slightly depending upon the style and posture of the horse.
In the depths of the forest, a creature emerges from behind a tree. Beautiful in radiance, this awe-inspiring creature trots briskly between the trees. A little girl is transformed into the princess of the forest, racing on her unicorn to save all the creatures who live there. Meanwhile, the young prince gallops on his trusty steed, sword in hand to slay the fearsome dragon.
The unicorn is a legendary animal with a single horn on its forehead. Unicorns are thought to be good and pure creatures with magical powers. The word unicorn means literally “one horn” It comes from the Latin word unus, which means one and cornu which means horn. Unicorns are found in many stories and myths from different parts of the world especially China and India. In Western culture, it’s horn is said to have the power to heal wounds and sickness.