Lion Aquamanile

Copper alloy 28.5 x 23.5 cm (11.2 x 9.5 in.) North Germany - first half of the 14th century
Erholm, Denmark, until circa 1935; Mrs Major Brandt, Oslo, Norway, by 1935; Ragnar Moltzaus collection; By whom loaned to the National Museum for Art, Architecture and Design, Oslo, Norway (inv. no. OK 307); Private collection, Switzerland
O. von Falke and E. Meyer, Bronzegeräte des Mittelalters. 1st vol., Romanische Leuchter und Gefässe, Giessgefässe der Gotik, Berlin, 1935, cat. no. 493, pp. 76 and 187

Oslo, National Museum for Art, Architecture and Design, inv. no. OK 307


Julius Böhler Kunsthandlung

"European Works of Art and Sculpture; Kunstkammer Objects"

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