Art Nouveau Carafe circa 1900 by WMF with Britannia Mark

Item number: A21951.2

Antique silver-plated carafe from the Art Nouveau period

Category: Glass & crystall glass

380,00 €

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Shipping time: 2 - 3 workdays

Britannia metal, also called 'Britannium', is a group of hard tin alloys with a silvery-white colour tending towards bluish. The alloy is mainly used for castings, including pewter utensils, ornamental objects or buttons.

Large and splendid Art Nouveau carafe with a slender glass body. The mounting of oxidised silver plating was decorated with an abstract floral décor. Made by WMF (Württembergische Metallwarenfabrik), rare stamp WMFB for Britannia-Metall; around 1900. The designers included Hans Peter, Albert Meyer, Hermann Obrist, Albin Müller and Peter Behrens. No chips, age-related patina, collectible! . No chips, age-related patina, worth collecting!

Dimensions & Details
- In Britannia metal (hard pewter)
- Height 30 cm
- Diameter 13 cm
- Capacity 1 L


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Epoche: Jugendstil (1895-1910)
Material: Zinn Glas
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