Lot No. 28


Josef Hoffmann, a brooch in original jewellery box, Wiener Werkstätte, 1911


silver, malachite; marked with WW and Diana’s head silver purity hallmark (900) on the reverse side, marked WW, Diana’s head silver purity hallmark (900) and official hallmark A on the side; jewellery box with gilt signet WW on the front and stamped on the reverse in gold Wiener/Werk/Stätte; traces of use; size of the brooch: 4.8 x 3.9 cm. (MP)

Provenance:
Family of the sculptor Anton Sinn, Vienna.
Anton Sinn purchased this brooch directly from the Wiener Werkstätte. He was in personal contact with, among others, Josef Hoffmann and Gustav Klimt.
The brooch has always been in family ownership.
Expertise K&S Hallmark Scrutiny, Vienna.

Literature:
MAK, Vienna, Wiener Werkstätte Archive, model no. S 2447, inventory no. WWF-95-142-9.

Provenance:
Family of the sculptor Anton Sinn, Vienna.
Anton Sinn purchased this brooch directly from the Wiener Werkstätte. He was in personal contact with, among others, Josef Hoffmann and Gustav Klimt.
The brooch has always been in family ownership.
Expertise K&S Hallmark Scrutiny, Vienna.

Literature:
MAK, Vienna, Wiener Werkstätte Archive, model no. S 2447, inventory no. WWF-95-142-9.

Specialist: Dr. Magda Pfabigan M.A. Dr. Magda Pfabigan M.A.
+43-1-515 60-383

magda.pfabigan@dorotheum.at

12.12.2018 - 16:00

Realized price: **
EUR 17,500.-
Estimate:
EUR 15,000.- to EUR 30,000.-

Josef Hoffmann, a brooch in original jewellery box, Wiener Werkstätte, 1911


silver, malachite; marked with WW and Diana’s head silver purity hallmark (900) on the reverse side, marked WW, Diana’s head silver purity hallmark (900) and official hallmark A on the side; jewellery box with gilt signet WW on the front and stamped on the reverse in gold Wiener/Werk/Stätte; traces of use; size of the brooch: 4.8 x 3.9 cm. (MP)

Provenance:
Family of the sculptor Anton Sinn, Vienna.
Anton Sinn purchased this brooch directly from the Wiener Werkstätte. He was in personal contact with, among others, Josef Hoffmann and Gustav Klimt.
The brooch has always been in family ownership.
Expertise K&S Hallmark Scrutiny, Vienna.

Literature:
MAK, Vienna, Wiener Werkstätte Archive, model no. S 2447, inventory no. WWF-95-142-9.

Provenance:
Family of the sculptor Anton Sinn, Vienna.
Anton Sinn purchased this brooch directly from the Wiener Werkstätte. He was in personal contact with, among others, Josef Hoffmann and Gustav Klimt.
The brooch has always been in family ownership.
Expertise K&S Hallmark Scrutiny, Vienna.

Literature:
MAK, Vienna, Wiener Werkstätte Archive, model no. S 2447, inventory no. WWF-95-142-9.

Specialist: Dr. Magda Pfabigan M.A. Dr. Magda Pfabigan M.A.
+43-1-515 60-383

magda.pfabigan@dorotheum.at


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Auction: Jugendstil and 20th Century Arts and Crafts
Date: 12.12.2018 - 16:00
Location: Vienna | Palais Dorotheum
Exhibition: 07.12. - 12.12.2018


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