Rare WMF Art Nouveau liqueur carafe with Britannia pewter mount

Item number: B21301.2

Art Nouveau liqueur carafe from WMF around 1900

Category: Pour & drinking vessels

230,00 €

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Britanniametall, also called 'Britannium', is a group of pewter alloys with a bluish, silver-white color. The alloy is primarily used for castings, including among others. Tin utensils, ornaments, or buttons.
Magnificent Art Nouveau liqueur carafe from WMF. Geometric shapes alternate with abstract floral decor. Marked, made in WMF (Württembergische Metallwarenfabrik), rare WMFB stamp for Britannia-Metall; around 1900. The designers included Hans Peter, Albert Meyer, Hermann Obrist, Albin Müller and Peter Behrens. No chips, age-related patina, collectable!

Dimensions & details
- Diameter 10.5 cm
- height 22 cm
- In Britanniametall (pewter)
- Condition: very good

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