The Ferrari store has come up with another unique and exclusive offering. It is the limited edition silver sculpture of the Prancing Horse, a legend in the history of motoring and the symbol of the Maranello House throughout the world. The prancing horse is said to be the good luck charm for the Ferrari cars. There is a story that goes back to 1923, about how the figure became part of the Ferrari brand.
In 1923 Ferrari won his first trophy in Savio and met Countess Baracca, from whom he received an inscription and an invitation to use the Prancing Horse as a good luck charm on his own cars. And since then the Prancing Horse has been part of Ferrari. This limited edition Prancing Horse, weighing in at 850 grams, has been made entirely in silver and stands 20 centimeters high.
The sculpture is fixed on a Plexiglas base which features an etched and numbered label that guarantees the exclusivity of the limited edition. Only 99 pieces of the sculpture has been made for distribution worldwide. The exclusive sculpture will be delivered in an eye-catching red box. The offer price at the retail level has been fixed at $6,664.