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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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Sample Images

image: Centerpiece for the Apartment of Dr. Hermann Wittgenstein

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


image: Design for Cheese and Butter Knife

Design for Cheese and Butter Knife
1904
MAK - Austrian Museum for Applied Arts, Vienna


image: Design for Teapot

Design for Teapot
1905
MAK - Austrian Museum for Applied Arts, Vienna


image: Pepper Shaker for the Apartment of Jerome and Margaret Stonborough

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


image: Silver Vitrine from Karl Wittgenstein’s Vienna Palace in Alleegasse

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


image: Sugar Bowl with Lid Bought by Justine Wittgenstein

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


image: Vase

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


image: Writing Desk for the Berlin Apartment of Jerome and Margaret Stonborough

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




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