Fritz Schmoll von Eisenworth, Bruckman & Söhne

Sterling Silver Tea Service

Circa 1913

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A German Jugendstil silver tea set, including five pieces, set on a handled tray.

  • Designed by Fritz Schmoll von Eisenworth for Bruckmann & Söhne, Heilbronn.
  • Teapot, coffee pot, kettle on lamp stand, creamer, sugar bowl and matching two-handled tray, all chased with dense berried foliage within shaped reserves, matched at the handles.
  • Wood handles inlaid with silver circle and dot pattern.
  • Domed lids fitted with wood finials.
  • Marked on bases and numbered 11400, all but the creamer and sugar bowl also stamped with retailer W. Ganssen, Coburg, the creamer and sugar bowl with variant Bruckmann marks.
  • Height of kettle on lampstand 15 in.; length of tray over handles 24 1/4 in.
  • This piece is final sale and not eligible for return.

An example of this set without the kettle on lampstand is illustrated in The Studio Yearbook of Decorative Art, January 1914, p. 131.

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As noted regarding the variant marks on the creamer and sugar bowl; these pieces were probably made slightly later.

The wood handles with a few minor losses to inlaid silver decoration. The wood handle of the kettle repaired at one end.

The lamp stand lacking the two pins that keep the kettle secured.

The tray with light surface scratches.

Height: 15 inches / 38.1 cm
Width: 24.25 inches / 61.59 cm
Sterling Silver, Wood
Art Nouveau
Decorative Style
Traditional Style
Country of Origin


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