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Very rare cabinet from the short period when the Wiener Werkstätte has had its own cabinet makers workshop in the Neustiftgasse in Vienna. Attributed to Koloman Moser or Emanuel Margold. Punched locks and original key! Literature: Sotheby's Fine 20th century design, catalogue May 2007. Materials & Techniques Notes: Oakwood with silver filled vein - so called Silbereiche - which Josef Hoffmann and Koloman Moser used frequently at this early stage of the Wiener Werkstaette

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A little version of the Koloman Moser lamp, originally manufactured at the historical Wiener Werkstaette, for the use as a tea candle, with a swivable shield.

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Viennese hanging lamp, circa 1905 with Loetz lampshade Glass shade Koloman Moser polished and stove enameled The length of the chandelier is easy adjustable for rooms of differing heights. We have a second one almost the same but only the glass has a little different color.

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Koloman Moser, tall sideboard or drawing room cabinet with marble top, made by JW. Müller or Wenzel Hollmann, the upper case with inlaid wood, engraved and leaded glass doors with birch interiors. The middle section with mirrored back and pull-out marble top, the lower case fitted with two drawers and two door cabinet doors with pull-out drawers, raised on a brass banded pedestal base.

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This Secessionist magazine, shoe or sheet music rack or shelf was made in Vienna, Austria during the early 1900s by an anonymous craftsman in the style of Koloman Moser. It is made from stained wood and brass.

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A beautiful and very elegant set of brass and glass chandelier, wall sconces and floor lamp in the style of Koloman Moser and Otto Wagner, circa 1990s, Austria, Vienna. Excellent condition.

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Gustav Klimt, Egon Schiele, Koloman Moser, Otto Wagner, Max Fabiani, Joseph Maria Olbrich, Josef Hoffmann Edited by Valerio Terraroli. With work by Klimt, Schiele and others, Ver Sacrum set the standard for magazine design This book gathers the covers of Ver Sacrum, the official magazine of the Vienna Secession, which ran from 1898 to 1903. Published for the 120th anniversary of this historic magazine, it reproduces all 120 regular issues—plus some special, limited-edition covers—in 1:1…

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