Wilhelm Wagenfeld

Wilhelm Wagenfeld (15 April 1900, Bremen, Germany — 28 May 1990, Stuttgart, Germany) was an important German industrial designer and former student of the Bauhaus art school. He designed glass and metal works for the Jenaer Glaswerk Schott & Gen., the Vereinigte Lausitzer Glaswerke in Weißwasser, Rosenthal, Braun GmbH and WMF. Some of his designs are still produced to this day.

Wagenfeld WG 25 GL table lamp Wagenfeld WG 25 GL table lamp

Wagenfeld WG 25 GL table lamp

£425.00

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The Wagenfeld WG 25 GL table lamp was designed by Wilhelm Wagenfeld in 1925 and made by Tecnolumen The WG 25 GL lamp sports a nickel lamp neck and a foot of glass and is made true to the original table lamp using  an old recording and an original copy The industrial-inspired design is in the reduced form, which makes the WG 25 GL a timeless light source All lamps are consecutively numbered under the base and bear the Bauhaus and TECNOLUMEN ® logos As proven by being named "the Bauhaus lamp", Wagenfeld's lamp is a masterpiece illustrating both Bauhaus philosophy and TECNOLUMEN®'s dedication to Bauhaus design Made in Germany
Wagenfeld WA 24 table lamp Wagenfeld WA 24 table lamp

Wagenfeld WA 24 table lamp

£425.00

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The Wagenfeld WA 24 lamp, designed by Wilhelm Wagenfeld in 1924, is often referred to as the Bauhaus lamp Wagenfeld was 24 years old, when he was admitted as a journeyman to the Bauhaus workshop in Weimar. Here he designed the first model of this lamp as his solution to an assignment The design was intended to be industrial and hand-crafted The Wagenfeld table lamp WA 24 continues to be manufactured on the original specifications All lamps are consecutively numbered under the base and bear the Bauhaus and TECNOLUMEN ® logos
Transparent Glass Tea Pot

Transparent Glass Tea Pot

£200.00

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The Wagenfeld tea pot was created in the early 1930s in the Bauhaus. As a prototype of modern glass design this service is part of design history The tea service with Bauhaus design undeniably belongs to the design classics of modernity. The handmade parts are marked by their characteristic forms and premium glass craftsmanship Hand blown glass teapot and filter marked by a simple and functional design Dishwashable and suitable for microwave Colour: transparent Materials: heat and chill resistant Borosilicate glass Dimensions: H14.5 x W28 x D16.8cm  Volume: 1.5L
Transparent Glass Creamer and Sugar Bowl

Transparent Glass Creamer and Sugar Bowl

£45.00

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The Wagenfeld creamer and sugar bowl was created in the early 1930s in the Bauhaus. As a prototype of modern glass design this service is part of design history The tea service with Bauhaus design undeniably belongs to the design classics of modernity. The handmade parts are marked by their characteristic forms and premium glass craftsmanship Hand blown glass sugar bowl and creamer marked by a simple and functional design Dishwashable and suitable for microwave Colour: transparent Materials: heat and chill resistant Borosilicate glass Dimensions: D9.8cm Volume: 200ml each Sold together
Transparent Glass Cake Plate

Transparent Glass Cake Plate

£25.00

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The Wagenfeld cake plate was created in the early 1930s in the Bauhaus. As a prototype of modern glass design this service is part of design history. The tea service with Bauhaus design undeniably belongs to the design classics of modernity. The handmade parts are marked by their characteristic forms and premium glass craftsmanship. Hand blown glass cake plate marked by a simple and functional design Dishwashable and suitable for microwave Colour: transparent Materials: heat and chill resistant Borosilicate glass Dimensions: H1.8 x D20.1cm

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