Norwegian silver. Henrik Møller, Trondheim, silverworker. Living from 1858 to 1937, he was a major proponent of “Dragestil”, a Norse Revival style of the Arts and Crafts period.

Large baluster form silver sculptural pitcher with an elongated neck, supported by four fully modeled winged gargoyles on a circular base. The body being densely chased and engraved with Dragestil designs of strapwork and fantastical beasts, the loop handle formed as the elongated body of a curving dragon and topped with a further beast. Chased under the spout with the monogram MT and date 1900. Made in Trondheim, Norway. Silver. Henrik Møller (1858-1937) maker. Maker’s marks: marked on the base rim and underside   H. MØLLER TRONDHJEM 830. Image © Christie’s 2022. Fair use license. via
Silver strainer formed as a crouching dragon with elaborate strapwork on the sides of a pierced bowl,. ca. 1900. Made in Trondheim, Norway. Dragestil. Silver. Henrik Møller, (1858-1937) maker. Image © 2022 Robert C. Eldred Co., Inc. Fair use license. via

Dragestil pepper pot. Undated, Early 20th c. Silver. Made in Trondheim, Norway. Henrik Møller, (1858-1937) maker. Maker’s marks: marked “Trondheim 830 Henrik Møller’ on the base. Image © 2022 catawiki,com. Fair use license. via

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