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Bavarian Charivari  A traditional hunter’s trophy called “charivari,” the silver ornaments worn with lederhosen in southern Germany and Austria.  Made with a silver standard no longer used in Germany, so most likely dates to the first half of 20th century or earlier. Made of real marten (wild weasel) jaw in fine silver 835 mount.

psshaw: “ “ Bavarian Charivari A traditional hunter’s trophy called “charivari,” the silver ornaments worn with lederhosen in southern Germany and Austria. Made with a silver standard no longer used.

I have such a charivari obsession.

A fierce antique Bavarian traditional Charivari locket. Would have been worn on lederhosen chains with other charms and amulets. A beautiful long

steampunkirl:  (via (1) Amulet - Nineteenth century amulet | A Sojourn in Bohemia | Pinterest)    I want this.

Bavarian hunting amulet Nineteenth century amulet, of a ferret / probably/ jaws in silver setting. The silver setting is with hinges , as to facilitate the jaws to open….Probably a hunting “talisman” from Tyrol.

A seventeenth-century German or Austrian silver mounted 'charivari', a hunting amulet incorporating the jaws of a stoat or weasel; supposed to protect the wearer, calm prey and pass on the attributes of the animal and its hunting prowess. (Finch & Co)

A seventeenth-century German or Austrian silver mounted 'charivari', a hunting amulet incorporating the jaws of a stoat or weasel; supposed to protect the wearer, calm prey and pass on the attributes of the animal and its hunting prowess. (Finch & Co)