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Lot 309

A German Bauhaus glass tea service, by Wilhelm Wagenfeld for Schott & Gen., Jena, comprising:2 teapots,2 milk jugs,6 cups and saucers and plates (qty.)

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Lot 134

Wilhelm Wagenfeld for WMF, an electroplate four branch candelabra, designed 1952, unmarked 28cm (11in) Literature: See Wilhelm Wagenfeld 1900-1990, Beate Manske, Hatje Cantz, Ostfildern-Ruit, Germany 2000, page 126 for a similar example

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Lot 190

A collection of Bauhaus wares, comprising two chromium plated bowls after a design by Marianne Brandt, a Christofle bowl with cruciform base, a table lamp base after a design Wilhelm Wagenfeld, a silvered carved wood mask after Christian Dell, two pairs of Walter Gropius designed door handles and a letter rack (8)

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Lot 595

BAUHAUS TEAPOT. A Bauhaus design heat resistant glass teapot, designed by Wilhelm Wagenfeld. Manufactured by Schott & Gen, glass works. Etched mark to base. Height 14cm.

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Lot 21

A 1950's Wagenfeld Schott and Gen clear glass tea service. Approximately 19 pieces.

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Lot 137

Wilhelm Wagenfeld (1900-1990) - A Bauhaus designed glass teaset, circa 1932, comprising; teapot with filter and cover, large circular tray, twelve teacups, twelve saucers, fourteen side plates, a circular sugar bowl and a cream jug, height of teapot and cover 12cm, large dish dia. 28.5cm, each etched 'Therm Anec' (42)

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Lot 194

Wilhelm Wagenfeld for Schott & Gen., Jena, circa 1932, a German Bauhaus glass tea service comprising teapot, milk jug, sugar bowl six cups, saucers and plates, teapot 14.5cm high (24) Note: see Brohan, T and Berg, T. 2001. 'Design Classics 1880-1930' p.111 and Rudoe, J. 1995 'Decorative Arts 1850-1950: a catalogue of the British Museum Collection'

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Lot 197

WILHELM WAGENFELD (1900-1990) & PEILL + PUTZLER (Éditeur) Suspension, 1952, structure en métal nickelé maintenant au centre un globe ovoïde en opaline blanche animant un globe en verre translucide à décor dépoli de motifs végétaux stylisés. Haut. 56 cm

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Lot 81

A British Modernist Cast Silver Sculpture, of figure-eight design, mounted on ebonised plinth, maker`s marks `AR` and assay marks for London 1974, 35.5cm., (high) (including plinth): 49.5cm., (high): A Mid-20th Century Enamelled Copper Abstract Sculpture, of swollen-branched form, mounted on an ebonised plinth, 50cm., (including plinth): Michel Guino, French b.1926- Standing figure, metal sculpture on integral base, 41cm: After Jens Harald Quistgaard, Danish 1919-2008 for Dansk Designs, a set of six silver plated taper holders, 6cm., (high) (ea): Elkington, England, after a design by Lino Sabatini, an silver-plated flower holder of flattened elongated section pierced with ovoid shaped holes, impressed marks, 34.5cm., (long) 5cm., (high): Keinzle, Germany, a brass mantle clock of modernist design, 17cm., (high): WMF Ikora, Germany, a silver plated copper bowl with abstract organic design, stamped factory mark for 1925-1950, 25cm., (dia): After Robert Welch RDI, British 1929-2000, for Old Hall Ltd., a stainless steel tureen and cover, stamped marks: Interdesign Craft Inc., Ohio, USA, designed mid-late 1970s, a red plastic desk tidy, moulded marks, 13cm., (high): British School, c.1900, a rectangular Arts and Crafts brass tray with repousee floral decoration, 65cm long 32cm wide 2cm high: Paco Rabanne, France, a contemporary stainless steel wristwatch in cylindrical metal presentation case: After Wilhelm Wagenfeld, German 1900-1990, for WMF, Germany, a Cromargan marmalade set in glass and stainless steel with tongs, stamped marks: together with a small collection of mid-late 20th century metal ware, stainless steel and wood ware, including a set of eight Swedish wooden dinner plates, (a lot) (may be subject to Droit de Suite)

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Lot 1240

`The Plastics Age` a Victoria & Albert Museum catalogue edited by Penny Sparke, `Wilhelm Wagenfeld` by Hatje Katze and a small collection of books on design

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Lot 255

Jenaer Glaswerke, Schott, clear glass tea set designed by Wilhelm Wagenfeld c.1930

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Lot 774

A pair of WG24 glass table lamps originally designed by Wilhelm Wagenfeld, modern manufactured by Tecnolumen, in original cardboard boxes unsigned 36 cm. high

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Lot 345

A Jena Glaswerke glass tea set designed by Wilhelm Wagenfeld, comprising; teapot and filter, coffee pot, filter and cover, water jug, ten various cups and twelve saucers, some saucers and cups acid etched Jena Therm teapot 11.5cm. high

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A Schott and Gen, Jena Glass part tea service, designed by Willheim Wagenfeld c1930s, consisting of five large cups and saucers, two smaller cups and a quantity of small plates, all with stencilled factory marks, together with two Fornasetti cups and saucers and a large plate each with coloured transfer printed designs.

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*A Schott & Gen, Jena glass tea service, designed by Willheim Wagenfeld, circa 1930s, consisting of large teapot, 13 cups and saucers, milk and sugar bowl, each piece with stencilled mark. (40)

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