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An Austrian lapis lazuli-mounted Silver entree dish, Cover and Stand, designed by Kolomon Moser, circa 1904, WEINER WERKSTÄTTE, Vienna, 1908
Estimate
40,00060,000
LOT SOLD. 43,750 USD
JUMP TO LOT
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An Austrian lapis lazuli-mounted Silver entree dish, Cover and Stand, designed by Kolomon Moser, circa 1904, WEINER WERKSTÄTTE, Vienna, 1908
Estimate
40,00060,000
LOT SOLD. 43,750 USD
JUMP TO LOT

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An Austrian lapis lazuli-mounted Silver entree dish, Cover and Stand, designed by Kolomon Moser, circa 1904, WEINER WERKSTÄTTE, Vienna, 1908
the circular dish and stepped domed cover applied with borders of lozenges spaced by trellis and mounted with square lapis lazuli stones, the cover engraved with contemporary arms under a foliate mantle, conforming circular stand with wide border engraved with matching arms
marked on dish, cover and stand with Weiner Werkstätte monogram mark, Weiner Werkstätte trademark, mark of Kolomon Moser' mark of Josef Wagner and Austrian control mark
diameter of stand 13 7/8 in.
35.2cm
64oz 10dwt
2008g
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Catalogue Note

A period photograph featuring an example of this entree dish, cover and stand is illustrated in Werner J. Schweiger, Wiener Werkstatte, design in Vienna, 1903-1932, p. 57.  A matching bread tray in the Asenbaum Collection was exhibited at the Neue Gallery, New York (17 October 2003-15 February 2004) and at the Kunsthistorische Museum, Vienna (11 November 2004-13 March 2005) in conunction with the exhibition Viennese Silver • Modern Design 1780-1918, and is illustrated in associated exhibition catalotue, item 133, p. 239.

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