Arts & Crafts was founded in England in the mid-19th century by a group of artists. Arts and Crafts, as the name suggests, was intended to unite art and craft. In the 19th century, industrialisation was in full swing: for the first time in history, numerous products were no longer made by hand but by machine and industrially. Arts & Crafts, on the other hand, propagated a return to craftsmanship and handmade products. The Arts & Crafts movement thus struck a chord with the times and gave decisive impetus to other movements such as Jugendstil or Art Nouveau and the Viennese Secession up to Bauhaus and today's DIY movement.
Exceptional candlestick in sterling silver 925/- from the Arts & Crafts movement in England from 1905. Round, stepped base, tapered shaft and bell-shaped candle spout on drip tray. Partial ring-shaped decorations with diamonds. Made in Birmingham/England in 1905, unknown maker. Used, age appropriate condition. Museum and collectible.
Dimensions & Details
- Sterling silver 925/-
- Weight 260,23 g
- Diameter 8 cm
- Height 20 cm
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