Hugo Leven Art Nouveau Fish Cutlery in Silver for Six Persons

Item number: A0211503.2

Antique Fish Cutlery in 800/- Silver Koch & Bergfeld

Category: Fish cutlery & cutlery parts

1.800,00 €

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The artist Hugo LEVEN (1874-1956) was born in 1874. From 1895 to 1904, Leven designed numerous models for Kayserzinn; his works had a lasting influence on the pewter foundry of Art Nouveau. He also worked for the Kreuter company in Hanau and other companies that produced metal, silver and earthenware, such as Koch & Bergfeld and WMF.

Fantastically beautiful Hugo Leven fish cutlery "Bremer Lilie" in solid silver for six persons without monogram. Design 1900, manufacturer Koch & Bergfeld Bremen, pattern number 256, solid silver 800/-. Decor "Bremer Lilie", without owner's monogram. Excellent condition, in original(?) box. Source: Reinhard W. Sänger, Das deutsche Silber-Besteck, Arnoldsche 1991, p. 155.

Dimensions & Details
- Silver 800/-
- Weight 560,94 g
- Knife length 21,5 cm
- Fork length 17.7 cm


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Epoche: Jugendstil (1895-1910)
Materialien: Silber
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