London, South Kensington
16 June 2004
Two German Silver-gilt Figures of Jousting Knights
Mark of Neresheimer, with English import marks for London, 1928
Each differing realistically modelled horse ridden by a knight in armour with an ivory or composition face, supported on a oblong base with openwork sides and applied lizards and frogs - 13 1/8in. (33.5cm.) high and smaller, 105oz. gross.
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A very similar pair, also by Neresheimer with import marks for 1927, were offered in these rooms 9 September 2003, lot 48.
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