Lot Number : 6023

  • Josef Hoffmann for Wiener Werkstätte, an early 20th century Austrian silver backed dressing table set comprising double sided mirror, five clothes and hair brushes and two jar lids, each of geometric form with beaded borders, impressed designer's monogram, WW and Rosemark, together with a hammered silver bottle stopper by Hoffmann, (Hand-mirror H24.5cm x D13cm)
Provenance ; By descent to the present owner from her great grandfather Gustav Stade from Mathildenhohe, Darmstadt, Germany. The house was built for Gustav and his brother by the celebrated Austrian architect Joseph Maria Olbrich circa 1901
  • Josef Hoffmann for Wiener Werkstätte, an early 20th century Austrian silver backed dressing table set comprising double sided mirror, five clothes and hair brushes and two jar lids, each of geometric form with beaded borders, impressed designer's monogram, WW and Rosemark, together with a hammered silver bottle stopper by Hoffmann, (Hand-mirror H24.5cm x D13cm)
Provenance ; By descent to the present owner from her great grandfather Gustav Stade from Mathildenhohe, Darmstadt, Germany. The house was built for Gustav and his brother by the celebrated Austrian architect Joseph Maria Olbrich circa 1901
  • Josef Hoffmann for Wiener Werkstätte, an early 20th century Austrian silver backed dressing table set comprising double sided mirror, five clothes and hair brushes and two jar lids, each of geometric form with beaded borders, impressed designer's monogram, WW and Rosemark, together with a hammered silver bottle stopper by Hoffmann, (Hand-mirror H24.5cm x D13cm)
Provenance ; By descent to the present owner from her great grandfather Gustav Stade from Mathildenhohe, Darmstadt, Germany. The house was built for Gustav and his brother by the celebrated Austrian architect Joseph Maria Olbrich circa 1901
  • Josef Hoffmann for Wiener Werkstätte, an early 20th century Austrian silver backed dressing table set comprising double sided mirror, five clothes and hair brushes and two jar lids, each of geometric form with beaded borders, impressed designer's monogram, WW and Rosemark, together with a hammered silver bottle stopper by Hoffmann, (Hand-mirror H24.5cm x D13cm)
Provenance ; By descent to the present owner from her great grandfather Gustav Stade from Mathildenhohe, Darmstadt, Germany. The house was built for Gustav and his brother by the celebrated Austrian architect Joseph Maria Olbrich circa 1901
  • Josef Hoffmann for Wiener Werkstätte, an early 20th century Austrian silver backed dressing table set comprising double sided mirror, five clothes and hair brushes and two jar lids, each of geometric form with beaded borders, impressed designer's monogram, WW and Rosemark, together with a hammered silver bottle stopper by Hoffmann, (Hand-mirror H24.5cm x D13cm)
Provenance ; By descent to the present owner from her great grandfather Gustav Stade from Mathildenhohe, Darmstadt, Germany. The house was built for Gustav and his brother by the celebrated Austrian architect Joseph Maria Olbrich circa 1901
  • Josef Hoffmann for Wiener Werkstätte, an early 20th century Austrian silver backed dressing table set comprising double sided mirror, five clothes and hair brushes and two jar lids, each of geometric form with beaded borders, impressed designer's monogram, WW and Rosemark, together with a hammered silver bottle stopper by Hoffmann, (Hand-mirror H24.5cm x D13cm)
Provenance ; By descent to the present owner from her great grandfather Gustav Stade from Mathildenhohe, Darmstadt, Germany. The house was built for Gustav and his brother by the celebrated Austrian architect Joseph Maria Olbrich circa 1901
  • Josef Hoffmann for Wiener Werkstätte, an early 20th century Austrian silver backed dressing table set comprising double sided mirror, five clothes and hair brushes and two jar lids, each of geometric form with beaded borders, impressed designer's monogram, WW and Rosemark, together with a hammered silver bottle stopper by Hoffmann, (Hand-mirror H24.5cm x D13cm)
Provenance ; By descent to the present owner from her great grandfather Gustav Stade from Mathildenhohe, Darmstadt, Germany. The house was built for Gustav and his brother by the celebrated Austrian architect Joseph Maria Olbrich circa 1901
  • Josef Hoffmann for Wiener Werkstätte, an early 20th century Austrian silver backed dressing table set comprising double sided mirror, five clothes and hair brushes and two jar lids, each of geometric form with beaded borders, impressed designer's monogram, WW and Rosemark, together with a hammered silver bottle stopper by Hoffmann, (Hand-mirror H24.5cm x D13cm)
Provenance ; By descent to the present owner from her great grandfather Gustav Stade from Mathildenhohe, Darmstadt, Germany. The house was built for Gustav and his brother by the celebrated Austrian architect Joseph Maria Olbrich circa 1901
  • Josef Hoffmann for Wiener Werkstätte, an early 20th century Austrian silver backed dressing table set comprising double sided mirror, five clothes and hair brushes and two jar lids, each of geometric form with beaded borders, impressed designer's monogram, WW and Rosemark, together with a hammered silver bottle stopper by Hoffmann, (Hand-mirror H24.5cm x D13cm)
Provenance ; By descent to the present owner from her great grandfather Gustav Stade from Mathildenhohe, Darmstadt, Germany. The house was built for Gustav and his brother by the celebrated Austrian architect Joseph Maria Olbrich circa 1901
  • Josef Hoffmann for Wiener Werkstätte, an early 20th century Austrian silver backed dressing table set comprising double sided mirror, five clothes and hair brushes and two jar lids, each of geometric form with beaded borders, impressed designer's monogram, WW and Rosemark, together with a hammered silver bottle stopper by Hoffmann, (Hand-mirror H24.5cm x D13cm)
Provenance ; By descent to the present owner from her great grandfather Gustav Stade from Mathildenhohe, Darmstadt, Germany. The house was built for Gustav and his brother by the celebrated Austrian architect Joseph Maria Olbrich circa 1901

Description: Josef Hoffmann for Wiener Werkstätte, an early 20th century Austrian silver backed dressing table set comprising double sided mirror, five clothes and hair brushes and two jar lids, each of geometric form with beaded borders, impressed designer's monogram, WW and Rosemark, together with a hammered silver bottle stopper by Hoffmann, (Hand-mirror H24.5cm x D13cm)
Provenance ; By descent to the present owner from her great grandfather Gustav Stade from Mathildenhohe, Darmstadt, Germany. The house was built for Gustav and his brother by the celebrated Austrian architect Joseph Maria Olbrich circa 1901

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