Silver Knave Cane

  • A group of knaves, faces overlapping, encircles the silver knob of this cane
  • Crafted by Norwegian silversmith Henrik Müeller, the silverwork reflects his interest in Dragestil
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Item No. 31-2052

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A group of knaves, faces overlapping, encircles the silver knob of this cane by Norwegian silversmith Henrik Müeller. The silverwork reflects Müeller's interest in Dragestil, a Norse Revival style utilizing Viking and Medieval motifs that emerged in Norway during the Arts and Crafts movement of the second half of the 19th century. Müeller, who worked in Trondheim, Norway, also includes a Trondheim rose in the design, one of the official symbols of the city.

Marked "H. Müeller Trondhiem/830"

Late 19th/early 20th century

33 3/4" length
Silver Knave Cane
Period: 19th Century
Origin: Other
Type: Decorative
Depth: 1.5
Width: 1.5
Height: 33.75

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