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Kolo Moser - Wiener Silber Manufactur This October, 18th marks the 102nd anniversary of Kolo Moser’s death (1868-1918), pioneer of Viennese Modernism. On this occasion we want to commemorate the universal artist with the new edition of one of his small masterpieces: a silver casket, adorned with corals, in the shape of a love letter. It was Gustav Mahler who commissioned Kolo Moser to create this special gift for his young wife Alma at Christmas 1902. We are proud to be able to reproduce this b
Made of blown glass, decorated with a fine metal foil and painted with cold enamel. After the big success of Loetz at the World Exhibition in Paris in 1900, the age of the “Phenomen” decoration started. The range of products was characterised by shimmering colours and modern shapes. Around 1904, Loetz experimented with classic shapes and took their inspiration of their decorations from historic templates. The decoration variant “Cephalonia with patina” was a commercial failure, and the ...
Loetz Cornucopia Creta Chiné Bohemia ca. 1897 Silver-plated pewter with Faun and Grapes. An early commissioned work by Loetz in form of a in a silvered pewter mount depicting a fawn with grape ornaments. It was produced around 1896 and is a beautiful early symbolistic work of art before the turn of the century. It is described with „Zur 50. Jubelfeier des Ottakringer Liedervereins“ and „Fünfhauser Männergesangsverein „Frohsinn““.
The big success at the Paris World Exhibition in the year 1900 triggered one of the most productive epochs in the history of Loetz. Some of the best decoration variants were created in the time from 1900 to 1905 and the glass manufacturer could finally establish itself on the European glass market. From this time comes this fan vase with a Creta-Luna decoration. Bibliography: “Loetz, Bohemian Glass 1880-1940” Hatje Cantz, S. 293; “Loetz” Ricke, Ploil, Vol II: Blueprints, S. 72, Nr. 94
The Cytisus decoration, also called, goldrain, is among the most beautiful decorations ever created by the glassworks Johann Loetz-Witwe Klostermuehle. The decorations of Loetz often follow the dominating artistic taste and so does the Cytisus decoration. Examples for this type of artistic design can be found in the “Beethofenzyklus” by Gustav Klimt. The flower blossom shape and the rhythmic decoration were typical attributes of this creative epoch.
The manufacture Loetz ranges among the most important glassworks in the time around 1900. Due to their love of creative decorations and high-quality works, this enterprise produced some of the most wanted glass objects in the art market. Their designs were leading in creating the European art nouveau glass genre. The Rusticana decor is one of the earliest decors with a Silberiris finish and resembles a tree bark-like surface. Through special techniques like pulling out parts of the hot glass ...
The decoration variant „Formosa“ was designed ca. 1902. The heavily iridescent glass threads were laid onto the hot glass mass during the creation process and were applied individually on every separate object. The artisan was therefor able to design every piece with his individual ideas and creation processes.
Candia Phenomen Gre 6893 rare Tulip Vase by Loetz and Franz Hofstotter ca. 1900. This Loetz Tulpid Vase was designed by Franz Hofstotter for the World Exhibition in Paris in the year 1900. According to the Loetz book written by Hatje Cantz this vase was executed several times with different decoration variants. The usage of floral motives is quite typical for the Viennese artist Franz Hofstotter. The tulpid form and the strong, highly iridescent yellow color make this vase an extraordinary ...
Large Vase Johann Loetz-Witwe & Robert Holubetz school of Koloman Moser ca. 1901. The glass vase designed by Robert Holubetzexcels with its reduced and elegant form. Its floral appearance resembles a flower sprouting from its onion. Small ripples on the inside of the stem make the colorsand iridescence of the decor stand out beautifully. This vase was designed by Robert Holubetz and ordered by the Viennese traditional company E.BakalowitsSohne in 1900. Born in 1880 Robert Holubetz studied from
Pale pottery, polychrome glaze Manufactured by Wiener Keramik, model numbers 161 and 162 Design around 1907, manufactured until 1912 Marks on both dancers: WK, monogram MP Dancer to the right: H 24.7 cm Dancer to the left: H 24 cm Frottier WV no 77 (dancer to the right) and no 78 (dancer to the left) Dancers in this colour version are especially rare.
From 1904 on jewelery designer Karl Bissinger and the jewelery salesman Emil Levinger produced high quality gold and silverware under the same name. Next to Bissingers designs those of Otto Prutscher were executed too. The gradiation from green to white into a faint rosé was one of the trademarks by Levinger & Bissinger. The high quality of the enamel is beautifully displayed at this necklace. Together with the delicate design and the fine silver craftsmanship this makes a fine piece of Art ...
Enameled works were a speciality of the Wiener Werkstaette. This art form was very trendy at that time and it was very hard to execute this craftmanship. The pictures were created by melting coloured powder, after the cooling process there was no way to alter the work. The Wiener Werstaette was very lucky to have many talented enamel workers under its roof. The brooch is in a perfect condition, no damage to the silver and no damage to the enamel, which is very rare. It has four hallmarks on ...
This brooch was designed by Josef Hoffmann. A blueprint and a photo made back around 1910 exist in the archive of the Wiener Werkstaette in MAK Vienna. Beeing in a very good condition, this is a very exquisit object. There are no visible damages, only very small wear from usage. There are two hallmarks on the back, the "WW" signet of the Wiener Werkstaette and the Austrian tax mark for silver 900 fine.
Josef Hoffmann was one of the most active designers of the Wiener Werkstatte. Amongst his most renowned works are enamelled pieces of jewellery, which were partly produced by the Wiener Werkstatte and partly by the enterprise of Johann Souval in Vienna. Enamelled pieces of jewellery have been produced by the highest quality standards and are very popular the art market. This brooch in particular shows strong, bright colours and the elegant, floral design gives it a marvellous appearance. It is
Josef Hoffmann was one of the most active designers of the Wiener Werkstatte. Amongst his most renown works are also enamelled pieces of jewellery which were partly produced by the Wiener Werkstatte and partly produced by the enterprise of Johann Souval in Vienna. Enamelled pieces of jewellery have been produced by the highest quality standards and are very popular on the art market. This belt buckle in particular shows typical secessionist colours and the elegant design gives it a marvellous
The German journalist Josef August Lux published the following passages when he examined the jewellery of the Wiener Werkstatte: “What cannot be found in most jewellers can astonishingly be discovered at the Wiener Werkstatte: A true gold- and silversmiths craftsmanship,…” and “The works of the Wiener Werkstatte show riches that have been concealed inside the material, a treasure that had to be raised.” The enthusiasm of the journalist, author and art critic Josef August Lux can almost be felt