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Wegemuseum Wusterhausen/Dosse Sammlung Dr. Georg Ipscher [2010-00958-M]

Wooden seat with carvings

Hocker mit Schnitzereien (Wegemuseum Wusterhausen CC BY-NC-SA)
Provenance/Rights: Wegemuseum Wusterhausen / Ronka Oberhammer / Lorenz Kienzle (CC BY-NC-SA)
"Hocker mit Schnitzereien

Provenance/Rights: 
Wegemuseum Wusterhausen (CC BY-NC-SA)

"Hocker mit Schnitzereien

Provenance/Rights: 
Wegemuseum Wusterhausen (CC BY-NC-SA)

Description

The wooden seat was made for Georg Ipscher in Cameroon. It is decorated with carvings on both sides. One side: lettering STABSARZT Dr. IPSCHER [SURGEON MAJOR DR. IPSCHER]; other side: depiction of an elephant holding a fruit with its trunk; two snakes, one with a fish and one with a bird as prey; a crocodile with a round object in front of its snout. In the upper centre there is a half-relief of a sphere with a geometric cross engraving.

Material/Technique

Wood

Measurements

Height: 53.5 cm, width: 30 cm

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Collected ...
... Who: Zur Personenseite: Georg Ipscher (1860-1935)
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Collected Collected
1900 - 1903
Created Created
1900
1899 1905
Wegemuseum Wusterhausen/Dosse

Object from: Wegemuseum Wusterhausen/Dosse

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