The estimate for this lot is £7,000-10,000 and not as stated in the printed catalogue.
Adolf Loos, in the style of Circa 1910
The lamp is period but differs slightly from Loos' design from the Tailleur Knize, which is illustrated in Sarnitz noted in our footnote. The Knize & Co. version features pentagonal sides, rather than the combination of hexagonal and square sides seen on the current lot. Intriguingly, another lamp, in an interior by Josef Hoffmann, with triangular and square sides, is illustrated: Charles Holme, The Art Revival in Austria, The Studio Special Summer Number, London 1906, ill. no. C14, p.29.
The cabinet is 117cm wide and not as stated in the printed catalogue.
This Lot has been withdrawn from the sale.
This lot is made with moulded glass, not engraved glass as stated in the catalogue.
This lot is made from patinated metal and not steel as is stated in the catalogue.
Please note that this lot is thought to be from the 1940s and not as stated in the printed catalogue.