A very attractive bronze dish depicting a hunting dog in full point of a prey. Looks like a Vizsla, or a German shorthair. This dish was made in Budapest, Hungary by : Hirmann Ferenc Femarugyar transalation : Frank Hirmann, Factory of Metalware, Budapest. I believe it was made in the last quarte of the 19th. c. to about 1910. Very nicely modeled. At it's widest point it is 5 and 1/4" . 3 and 4/8" inches across. A very nice addition to a hunters collection, to a dog collection or a Hungarian buyer. Shipping and insurance included.
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