Neresheimer

A 19th Century German Model of a Royal Stag

Neresheimer

A 19th Century German Model of a Royal Stag

Silver 
Hanau, circa 1870 
Maker's mark of Neresheimer 
 
Length: 47cm, 18 ½ in. 
Weight: 2,081 g, 66 oz. 18 dwt. 

The model realistically chased as a baying royal stag with detachable head. The piece hallmarked on bezel, with Vienna import marks for 1872-1901.   

Neresheimer was based in Hanau and founded in 1890 as a partnership of August and Ludwig Neresheimer with Jean Schlingloff. Right from the start Neresheimer offered a wide range of highly decorative objects like nefs, tankards, coconut and nautilus cups, and other sumptuous sideboard pieces.

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