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Sugar Bowl with Lid Bought by Justine Wittgenstein
1903
Silver, 15 x 16 cm
Made by the Wiener Werkstätte (model no S 19)
Collection of Dr. Ernst Ploil, Vienna


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Furniture

Armchair for the Bergerhöhe
1898
Maker unknown
Oak, deerskin, brass nails, 71.3 x 61.7 x 51.5 cm
Private collection


Writing Desk for the Bergerhöhe
1898
Maker unknown
Oak, stained grün, brass and copper mounts, 116 x 102 x 68.5
Private collection


Writing Desk for the Berlin Apartment of Jerome and Margaret Stonborough
1905
Made by the Wiener Werkstätte
Solid oak and oak veneer, stained black, pores chalked white; white metal mounts, 120 x 120 x 100
Neue Galerie, New York



Metalwork

Butter and Cheese Knives for the Apartment of Dr. Hermann Wittgenstein
1904--8
Made by the Wiener Werkstätte (model no S 213, S 214)
Silver, Length: 16.7 cm
Private collection


Candy Box Bought by Dr. Hermann Wittgenstein
1904
Made by the Wiener Werkstätte (model no S 17); Josef Holi (silversmith)
Silver, lapis-lazuli, 5.5 x 18.7 x 14.7 cm
Asenbaum Collection


Candy Box for Paul Wittgenstein
1905
Made by the Wiener Werkstätte (model no S 332)
Silver, 10.7 x 9 cm
Asenbaum Collection


Centerpiece for the Apartment of Dr. Hermann Wittgenstein
1905
Made by the Wiener Werkstätte (model no S 490); Josef Wagner (silversmith)
Silver, agate, 43 x 30 cm
MAK-Austrian Museum for Applied Arts, Vienna
Inv. no. Go 2109


Clock for Paul Wittgenstein
1904
Made by the Wiener Werkstätte (model no M 258)
Copper, opals, 28 x 18 x 10
Historiches Museum der Stadt Wien, Vienna, Uhrenmuseum
Inv. no. U.I. 3059


Coffee and Tea Service Bought by Dr. Hermann Wittgenstein
1905
Made by the Wiener Werkstätte (model no S 428, 493, 494, 495, 513, 514, 515)
Private collection


Coffee and Tea Service Bought by Paul Wittgenstein
1909
Made by the Wiener Werkstätte (model no S 1362, S 1357, S 1243, S 1242, S 1482)
Private collection


Cruet Bought by Ida Salzer
1905
Made by the Wiener Werkstätte (model no S 45)
Silver, glass, semi-precious stone, 17 x 15.2 x 13.4 cm
Asenbaum Collection


Goblet with Lid Bought by Paul Wittgenstein
1902
Made by Würbel & Czokally
Silver, semi-precious stone, 26 x 8 cm
Private collection


Mustard Pot Bought by Karl Wittgenstein
1905
Made by the Wiener Werkstätte (model no S 458)
Silver, Height: 10.1 cm
Asenbaum Collection


Pepper Shaker for the Apartment of Jerome and Margaret Stonborough
1903
Made by the Wiener Werkstätte (model no S 53)
Silver, carnelian, 7 x 5.3 cm
MAK-Austrian Museum for Applied Arts, Vienna
Inv. no. Go 2108


Sardine Tray Made for the Apartment of Johannes and Johanna Salzer
1904
Made by the Wiener Werkstätte (model no M 150)
German silver, silver-plated, 20 x 13 cm
Private collection


Sugar Bowl with Lid Bought by Justine Wittgenstein
1903
Made by the Wiener Werkstätte (model no S 19)
Silver, 15 x 16 cm
Ploil Collection, Vienna


Sugar Bowl with Spoon Bought by Paul Wittgenstein
1905
Made by the Wiener Werkstätte (model no S 582); Josef Hossfeld (silversmith)
Silver, 9.3 x 17.5 cm
Asenbaum Collection


Vase
1903
Made by the Wiener Werkstätte (model no M 62)
Copper, silver-plated, 18.5 x 10.7 x 10.4 cm
Historisches Museum der Stadt Wien, Vienna
Inv. no. 143.733



Other

Leather Box Bought by Paul Wittgenstein
1905
Made by the Wiener Werkstätte (model no L 92)
Crocodile spine leather, 9 x 14 x 14 cm
Private collection


Silver Vitrine from Karl Wittgenstein’s Vienna Palace in Alleegasse
1908
Designed by Carl Otto Czeschka; Made by the Wiener Werkstätte (model no S 1000): Josef Berger (goldsmith); Josef Weber (cabinet-making); Josef Hossfeld, Adolf Erbrich, Alfred Mayer (silversmith); Wabak, Albrech, Plasinsky, Cerhan (unidentified craftsmen)
Silver, moonstone, opal, lapis-lazuli, mother-of-pearl, baroque pearls, onyx, marble, ivory, enamel, glass, macassar-ebony, 164 x 51 cm
Private collection



Works on Paper

Design for Ashtray
1906
MAK - Austrian Museum for Applied Arts, Vienna
Inv. no. 12076/8


Design for Bowl
1905
MAK - Austrian Museum for Applied Arts, Vienna
Inv. no. 11998/6


Design for Box
1904
MAK - Austrian Museum for Applied Arts, Vienna
Inv. no. 12042/36


Design for Box
1912
MAK - Austrian Museum for Applied Arts, Vienna
Inv. no. 12048/22


Design for Box
1905
MAK - Austrian Museum for Applied Arts, Vienna
Inv. no. 12048/35


Design for Bread and Fruit Tray
1904
MAK - Austrian Museum for Applied Arts, Vienna
Inv. no. 12033/21


Design for Breadbasket
1903
MAK - Austrian Museum for Applied Arts, Vienna
Inv. no. 12033/40


Design for Breadbasket
1905
MAK - Austrian Museum for Applied Arts, Vienna
Inv. no. 11998/13


Design for Brooch
1912
MAK - Austrian Museum for Applied Arts, Vienna
Inv. no. 12145/42


Design for Candlestick
1905
MAK - Austrian Museum for Applied Arts, Vienna
Inv. no. 12123/4


Design for Candlestick
1904
MAK - Austrian Museum for Applied Arts, Vienna
Inv. no. 12123/13


Design for Centerpiece
1904
MAK - Austrian Museum for Applied Arts, Vienna
Inv. no. 12002/11


Design for Centerpiece
1904
MAK - Austrian Museum for Applied Arts, Vienna
Inv. no. 12005/18


Design for Centerpiece
1905
MAK - Austrian Museum for Applied Arts, Vienna
Inv. no. 12006/13


Design for Centerpiece
1905
MAK - Austrian Museum for Applied Arts, Vienna
Inv. no. 12006/23


Design for Cheese and Butter Knife
1904
MAK - Austrian Museum for Applied Arts, Vienna
Inv. no. 12086/13


Design for Combs
1907
MAK - Austrian Museum for Applied Arts, Vienna
Inv. no. 12148/4


Design for covered dish
1908
MAK - Austrian Museum for Applied Arts, Vienna
Inv. no. 12057/8


Design for Cruet
1904
MAK - Austrian Museum for Applied Arts, Vienna
Inv. no. 12027/8


Design for Flask and Two Boxes
1904
MAK - Austrian Museum for Applied Arts, Vienna
Inv. no. 12065/4


Design for Hand Mirror
1904
MAK - Austrian Museum for Applied Arts, Vienna
Inv. no. 12136/27


Design for Inkwell
1905
MAK - Austrian Museum for Applied Arts, Vienna
Inv. no. 12069/1


Design for Inkwell
1913
MAK - Austrian Museum for Applied Arts, Vienna
Inv. no. 12069/6


Design for Jardiniere
1906
MAK - Austrian Museum for Applied Arts, Vienna
Inv. no. 12048/32


Design for Milk Jug
1909
MAK - Austrian Museum for Applied Arts, Vienna
Inv. no. 12053/9


Design for Milk Jug and Mocca Pot
1904
MAK - Austrian Museum for Applied Arts, Vienna
Inv. no. 12052/16


Design for Mocca Pot
1909
MAK - Austrian Museum for Applied Arts, Vienna
Inv. no. 12053/4


Design for Samovar
1909
MAK - Austrian Museum for Applied Arts, Vienna
Inv. no. 12053/13


Design for Sugar Bowl with Spoon
1905
MAK - Austrian Museum for Applied Arts, Vienna
Inv. no. 11997/19


Design for Sugar Box
1909
MAK - Austrian Museum for Applied Arts, Vienna
Inv. no. 12053/6


Design for Sugar Box, Sugar Tongs, and Butter Holder
1905
MAK - Austrian Museum for Applied Arts, Vienna
Inv. no. 12052/15


Design for Table Lamp "Purkersdorf"
1905
MAK - Austrian Museum for Applied Arts, Vienna
Inv. no. 12107/13


Design for Teapot
1910
MAK - Austrian Museum for Applied Arts, Vienna
Inv. no. 12053/12


Design for Teapot
1904
MAK - Austrian Museum for Applied Arts, Vienna
Inv. no. 12052/21


Design for Teapot
1905
MAK - Austrian Museum for Applied Arts, Vienna
Inv. no. 12017/12


Design for Teapot
1904
MAK - Austrian Museum for Applied Arts, Vienna
Inv. no. 12052/14


Design for Teapot, Sugar Box, Creamer, and Sugar Tongs
1904
MAK - Austrian Museum for Applied Arts, Vienna
Inv. no. 12052/20


Design for Toothpick Holder
1904
MAK - Austrian Museum for Applied Arts, Vienna
Inv. no. 12095/11


Design for Tray
1906
MAK - Austrian Museum for Applied Arts, Vienna
Inv. no. 12011/25


Design for Wine Cooler
1903
MAK - Austrian Museum for Applied Arts, Vienna
Inv. no. 12025/6





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