The Berndorfer Metallwarenfabrik (Austria) was founded in 1843. A specialty among the company's products was the so-called alpakka silver, as it was extremely durable. In 1897 Arthur Krupp received the title k.u.k. Purveyor to the court. The products manufactured in the company were high-quality goods for a wealthy bourgeois class of buyers, including the imperial family.
Magnificent, early Art Deco teapot with tilt function. Diagonal-square base, consisting of a jug, a separate frame and a slightly curved burner. Marked with the rare, small Krupp-Berndorfer mark 3.7 mm. Manufactured in the Berndorfer Metallwarenfabrik, Austria, around 1910. Burner handle missing, otherwise excellent!
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