« Today Ringve Museum is Norway’s national museum of musical instruments with a collection of around 2000 numbers.About 700 of these are so called classical European instruments besides European- and non-European traditional instruments. In addition to this the collection consists of around 25000 sheet music prints, an extensive collection of photographs, a sound archive with pianola rolls, polyphon records, phonograph rolls and various phonograms »
In the collection, there is a nose flute. It's a silver nose flute made in 1976, copied from an 1930's original stamped « Fabrik Marke Haus » ("trade-mark").So, it should be German...
The info label says :
Copy of a nose flute formerly owner bought at Hamar approx. 1930.
The original is labeled "Fabrik Marke Haus".
Manufacturer: Bryhni, Haakon
Production Location : Lokken
A copy of an older nose flute. Column Flute of silver with insufflation through the nose into a trunk shaped, flat column against the slanted edge is approx. 6 mm. from the slot. The mouth is held against the rectangular opening framed by the opening slot and the tapered edge.
Link to Ringve Museum website