Posted 3 years ago
This little repousse dish with an unusual scalloped edge is a mystery to me. It appears to be made of hammered nickel. On the front is the word "Frederiksberg" under a picture of the crest of that city (3 Falcons and the crown). Base on my research, these arms were granted to the city in 1899. It's a city with lots of parks, one of which has the only falcon training center in the country. The crown represented King Frederik.
My problem is that I cannot figure out who made it. It is marked with what appears to be some intertwined initials or a picture of something. Above that mark is the word "Eneret", which I believe means exclusive. "Denmark" is shown below. Because of the spelling of Denmark, I'm assuming that this is a decorative souvenir piece made for export.
Is there anyone who recognizes this mark? I'd really appreciate any help or input.