Vintage coffee service set by Wilhelm Wagenfeld for Jena Glas, Germany 1970

Poland
$582.21

About this vintage design furniture

The coffee set was designed by Wilhelm Wagenfeld, an outstanding representative of the Bauhaus, a school of art that had a significant impact on 20th century design and architecture.A collectible that ranks among the icons of world design. A pitcher with six cups and saucers. The idea of the Bauhaus was that the design process was a combination of art and science. The objects that were created were beautiful, but above all functional. The set presented is an example of high class design, which is still popular among design experts. Service in very good condition, no damage.The set is marked with the manufacturer's mark: JENA GLASS, SCHOTT and GEN, JENA, DDR.Dimensions:- Kettle: width 28 cm, height 18 cm- Saucers: diameter 13 cmdimensions in inches:- Teapot: width 11 cm, height 7.1 cm- Saucers: diameter 5.1 inThis set is produced by the German company JENA GLASS, whose history dates back to 1920. The brand is one of the largest producers of heat resistant glass in Europe. JENA GLASS products are widely appreciated for their interesting and modern design as well as for their superior quality.

Reference : 181830

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Features

Length
28 cm
Height
18 cm
Depth
21 cm
Designer
Wilhelm WAGENFELD
Condition
Good
Period
1960s
Origin
German
Colour
Transparent
Main material
Glass
Other material

delivery and return

  • Shipped from : Poland
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    • 1 week for small items
    • 2 to 5 weeks for bulky products
  • Return possible: up to 14 days after delivery

About the designer

Wilhelm WAGENFELD

1900 - 1990

Wilhelm Wagenfeld was a German industrial designer who was born on April 15, 1900 in Bremen and died on May 28, 1990 in Stuttgart. He is best known for his collaborations with the Jenaer Glaswerk Schott & Genossen glassworks and for his functional, minimalist design.

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