1860s Carved Horn Hunters Pipe in the Style of Lebrecht Wilhelm Schulz
Item e4873

Rare hunters pipe made of original horns from the stag and deer and features very elaborate carved hunting scenes with deer, wild boar and staghounds. The great art work is in the manner of Lebrecht Wilhelm Schulz, Meiningen, Thueringen, Germany approx. 1860. This pipe is a great addition to every tobacciana collection.

Lebrecht Wilhelm Schulz (1774 - 1863) was a famous carver of horn pipes at the beginning of the 19th century. Historically mentioned art works are among other two horn pipes which he paid homage to the winners of Waterloo - Wellington and von Bluecher.

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Width: 2.17" (5.5 cm)
Height: 13.39" (34 cm)
Depth: 5.51" (14 cm)
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