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A German silver twelve-piece cutlery set designed by Albin Müller for M. H. Wilkens & Söhne, Bremen
designed circa 1903
Estimate
1,5002,000
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94
A German silver twelve-piece cutlery set designed by Albin Müller for M. H. Wilkens & Söhne, Bremen
designed circa 1903
Estimate
1,5002,000
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A German silver twelve-piece cutlery set designed by Albin Müller for M. H. Wilkens & Söhne, Bremen
designed circa 1903
Comprising twelve knives, twelve forks, twelve spoons and a meat serving fork, decorated with a stylized linear pattern (model no. 152), the knives and forks with a contemporary fitted box, five spoons monogrammed EF, the meat fork monogrammed WHS 
Quantity: 38
stamped marks for Germany, 800 standard, Wilkens symbol, most pieces with retailer's mark for Willner
1689 gr. excluding knives with steel blades
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Literature

Cf. Sänger 1991, p. 103, fig. 1; Exhib. Cat. Friedrich Adler, Zwischen Jugendstil und Art Déco, a.o. Münchner Stadtmuseum, Sabadell, 1994, p. 163, fig. S1 

20th Century Decorative Arts and Design

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Amsterdam