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German Art Nouveau Silver Bowl

Early 20th Century

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Description

A German sterling silver and glass bowl.

  • Classic Art nouveau pierced pattern bowl with a glass liner.
  • Hallmarked.


Lazarus Posen Witwe was one of the most notable German silver manufacturers of the 19th and 20th centuries. Founded and owned by a Jewish woman in Frankfurt in 1869, the company found success as the most popular distributor of silver Judaica objects. By the early 20th century, the company was granted a royal warrant and opened a second store in Berlin. Some of the pieces by Posen belong to the permanent collection of the Frankfurt Historical Museum and the Frankfurt Jewish Museum.

Condition Report

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Minimal signs of use.

Dimensions

Height: 2.5 inches / 6.35 cm
Diameter: 7 inches / 17.78 cm

Materials

Sterling Silver, Glass

Period

Art Nouveau, Art Nouveau Style

Decorative Style

Traditional Style

Country of Origin

Germany

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