PLATTERY POT, WMF., Art Nouveau, Germany, circa 1900

A plate jug with a bulky belly and a deep spout. It is characterized by a wide vice characterized by a vertical, ribbon shape.

The belly on both sides is decorated with a long-haired woman's profile in a stylized floral ornament. Smoothly curved lines also wrap the foot and neck of the jug.


Secession, Germany, Geisling, circa 1900

Silver-plated plate

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2 500 zł tax incl.

Dimensions: height 47cm, width 28cm, diameter 19cm

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Wü rttembergische Metallwarnfabrik - German factory operating since 1880. to this day. Founded by Daniel Straub, at the beginning of the 20th century, it became the greatest tycoon of metalwork. She marked her works with a running ostrich inscribed in a rhombus or a frame enclosed by a semicircle. This animal was a heraldic sign of the Straub family.

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