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Lotto No. 158


Otto Prutscher, a glassware set no. 237 (“Gäste-Service für die Böhler-Werke”), designed in 1918, Meyr’s Neffe, Adolf for J. & L. Lobmeyr, Vienna


Otto Prutscher, a glassware set no. 237 (“Gäste-Service für die Böhler-Werke”), designed in 1918, Meyr’s Neffe, Adolf for J. & L. Lobmeyr, Vienna - Jugendstil e arte applicata del XX secolo

clear, green and partly smoky crystal glass, the foot with polygonal facetting; consisting of: a transparent handled jug (the foot slightly chipped, height 22.3 cm); six transparent liqueur glasses (one glass with two chipped areas in the upper section, height 10.2 cm); six transparent narrow tall drinking glasses (one glass chipped in the upper section, height 17.1 cm); six transparent tall, larger glasses (two glasses chipped, height 16.8 cm); twelve transparent large, taller glasses (one glass very slightly chipped in the upper section, height 14.3 cm); six transparent large, smaller glasses (two glasses chipped, height 12.4 and 12.6 cm); six greenish large, smaller glasses (one glass chipped in the upper section, height 12.4 and 12.6 cm); an additional smoky handled jug with nickel plated metal foot (height 22.5 cm). (MP)

Literature:
MAK, Exhibition, Otto Prutscher, Allgestalter der Wiener Moderne, p. 23 (illustration of glasses in the display cabinet for the "Raum für einen Kunstliebhaber" in the Vienna Art Show in 1908), p. 38 (illustration with reference, MAK, GL 3102) and p. 39; Hochschule für angewandte Kunst, Vienna, Otto Prutscher, p. 27.

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

magda.pfabigan@dorotheum.at

07.12.2020 - 15:52

Prezzo realizzato: **
EUR 3.584,-
Stima:
EUR 2.400,- a EUR 4.000,-
Prezzo di partenza:
EUR 2.400,-

Otto Prutscher, a glassware set no. 237 (“Gäste-Service für die Böhler-Werke”), designed in 1918, Meyr’s Neffe, Adolf for J. & L. Lobmeyr, Vienna


clear, green and partly smoky crystal glass, the foot with polygonal facetting; consisting of: a transparent handled jug (the foot slightly chipped, height 22.3 cm); six transparent liqueur glasses (one glass with two chipped areas in the upper section, height 10.2 cm); six transparent narrow tall drinking glasses (one glass chipped in the upper section, height 17.1 cm); six transparent tall, larger glasses (two glasses chipped, height 16.8 cm); twelve transparent large, taller glasses (one glass very slightly chipped in the upper section, height 14.3 cm); six transparent large, smaller glasses (two glasses chipped, height 12.4 and 12.6 cm); six greenish large, smaller glasses (one glass chipped in the upper section, height 12.4 and 12.6 cm); an additional smoky handled jug with nickel plated metal foot (height 22.5 cm). (MP)

Literature:
MAK, Exhibition, Otto Prutscher, Allgestalter der Wiener Moderne, p. 23 (illustration of glasses in the display cabinet for the "Raum für einen Kunstliebhaber" in the Vienna Art Show in 1908), p. 38 (illustration with reference, MAK, GL 3102) and p. 39; Hochschule für angewandte Kunst, Vienna, Otto Prutscher, p. 27.

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

magda.pfabigan@dorotheum.at


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Asta: Jugendstil e arte applicata del XX secolo
Data: 07.12.2020 - 15:52
Luogo dell'asta: Wien | Palais Dorotheum
Esposizione: 07.12.2020


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