Swaine and Adeney Hunting Horn
A very popular passtime for the gentry in the Victorian and Edwardian period was fox hunting. Large country houses would regularly host shooting and hunting parties. Hunting horns are vital to a hunt as one method of communicating with the dogs.
Copper with nickle mouth piece, foxing hunting horn.
Made by Swaine and Adeney, London. Stamped.
Measuring 22cm long.