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Arts & Crafts Brass and Wood Round Box by Erhard & Sohne, Vienna Secessionist
By Erhard & Söhne
Located in Lisse, NL
Stunning and rare Secession box. There are -for good reasons- collectors of the Viennese Secessionist Style in almost every country on this planet. The finesse of the workmanship, t...
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Early 20th Century Austrian Vienna Secession More Desk Accessories

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Brass

Antique Candlestick and Match Stick Holder Erhard & Sohne Ormolu, 1890s
By Erhard & Söhne
Located in Nürnberg, DE
A gorgeous candlestick and match stick holder set. Made of Ormolu, by Erhard & Sohne, Germany. Beautiful color and patina. This was made by Erhard & Sohne in the early 1890s-1900s. ...
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Antique 1890s German Belle Époque More Desk Accessories

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Ormolu

Erhard & Söhne German Secessionist Humidor or Casket Box In Gilt Brass Filigree
By Erhard & Söhne
Located in New York, NY
German Secessionist humidor or casket box with exquisite gilt brass filigree cover and rosewood, made by Erhard & Söhne. The piece has a makers mark on the front of the clasp and is ...
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Antique Early 1900s German Vienna Secession Decorative Boxes

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Brass

Antique Ladies Hand Wall or Desk Letter Clip Erhard & Sohne Ormolu, German 1890s
By Erhard & Söhne
Located in Nürnberg, DE
A gorgeous ladies hand wall or desk letter / paper clip. Made of Ormolu, by Erhard & Sohne, Germany. Beautiful color and patina. This was made by Erhard & Sohne in the early 1890s-19...
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Antique 1890s German Belle Époque More Desk Accessories

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Ormolu

1900 Rosewood Box Art Nouveau by Erhard & Soehne
By Erhard & Söhne
Located in Marseille, FR
Box rosewood and brass inlay cover Art Nouveau by Erhard and Soehne, circa 1900.
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Early 20th Century Austrian Art Nouveau Decorative Boxes

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Copper

  • 1900 Rosewood Box Art Nouveau by Erhard & Soehne
  • 1900 Rosewood Box Art Nouveau by Erhard & Soehne
  • 1900 Rosewood Box Art Nouveau by Erhard & Soehne
  • 1900 Rosewood Box Art Nouveau by Erhard & Soehne
H 1.97 in. W 7.09 in. D 4.34 in.
Erhard & Sons, Pair of Art Nouveau Brass Repoussé Boxes
By Erhard & Söhne
Located in Verviers, BE
Two matching boxes useful for the desk or dressing table. They feature decorative repoussé work in brass with panels showing scenes of children playing. The interior is lined with ...
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Early 20th Century German Jewelry Boxes

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Brass

Early 20th Century Rococo Revival Gilt Bronze & Enamel Jewellery Casket
By Erhard & Söhne
Located in Ottawa, Ontario
The richly gilded bombe-shaped body decorated overall with foliate and scrolled elements, the front, sides and hinged top inset with turquoise enamel panels decorated with floral geo...
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Early 20th Century German Rococo Revival Jewelry Boxes

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Bronze, Enamel

Erhard & Sohne Secession/Art Nouveau Rosewood Jewelry Casket
By Erhard & Söhne
Located in Ottawa, Ontario
Erhard & Sohne (Erhard & Sons) Secession/Art Nouveau jewelry casket or box done in rosewood and brass, velvet lined interior. The casket is decorated with inverted hearts and clover ...
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Early 20th Century German Art Nouveau Decorative Boxes

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Brass

Art Nouveau Table Lamp with Butterflies by Erhard & Sohne
By Erhard & Söhne
Located in Antwerp, BE
Fedex shipping: $ 235 An Art Nouveau wood and brass inlaid table lamp. Intarsia technique. The shade is decorated with butterflies. Artist / Maker: Erhard & Söhne of Swabisch...
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Early 20th Century German Art Nouveau Table Lamps

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Brass

Well-Crafted German Erhard & Sohne Burlwood Covered Box w/Brass Intarsia Design
By Erhard & Söhne
Located in San Francisco, CA
A well-crafted German Erhard & Sohne burlwood covered box with brass intarsia design work; the round box raised on 3 legs; adorned with fine brass inlay decoration
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Early 20th Century German Boxes

A Good Quality German Erhard & Sohne Mahogany Tray with Brass Inlay
By Erhard & Söhne
Located in San Francisco, CA
A good quality German Erhard and Sohne mahogany tray with brass inlay; the well-crafted tray with intricate brass inlay using the intarsia technique; flanked by openwork handles
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Antique Early 1900s German Tray Tables

Attb to Erhard & Sohne brass and teak vessel
Located in Los Angeles, CA
Very nice inlaid in brass and teak.
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Early 20th Century Austrian Vases

Materials

Brass

Fa. Erhard & Söhne Table Lamp
By Erhard & Söhne
Located in Wien, AT
Fa. Erhard & Söhne, Schwäbisch Gmünd, circa 1920, brass with root wood inlays, The fabric shade is not in a perfect condition, but it is original. Original condition.
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Vintage 1920s German Art Deco Table Lamps

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Brass

  • Fa. Erhard & Söhne Table Lamp
  • Fa. Erhard & Söhne Table Lamp
  • Fa. Erhard & Söhne Table Lamp
  • Fa. Erhard & Söhne Table Lamp
H 22.84 in. Dm 18.12 in.
Erhard & Sohne Cherub Brass Box, Germany, circa 1920
By Erhard & Söhne
Located in Toronto, Ontario
Erhard & Sohne cherub brass box, Germany, circa 1920. Decorated and embellished on all sides with various cherubs playing. Teak wood interior. Erhard & Sohne maker's mark and stamped...
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Vintage 1920s German Decorative Boxes

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Brass

Arts & Crafts Letter or Cards Rack by Erhard & Sohne, Vienna Secessionist
By Erhard & Söhne
Located in Lisse, NL
Stunning and rare Secessionist stand for envelopes and more. There are -for good reasons- collectors of the Viennese Secessionist Style in almost every country on this globe. The fi...
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Early 20th Century Austrian Vienna Secession More Desk Accessories

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Brass

Rare Arts & Crafts Serving Tray / Display by Erhard & Sohne, Vienna Secession
By Erhard & Söhne
Located in Lisse, NL
Stunning and rare Secessionist tray. There are -for good reasons- collectors of the Viennese Secession Style in almost every country on this globe. The finesse of the workmanship, t...
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Early 20th Century Austrian Vienna Secession Tableware

Materials

Brass

Arts & Crafts Brass and Wood Round Box by Erhard & Sohne Vienna, circa 1920s
By Erhard & Söhne
Located in Wien, AT
Art Deco Arts & Crafts brass and wood round box by Erhard & Sohne Vienna circa 1920s Original condition.
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Vintage 1920s Austrian Art Deco More Desk Accessories

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Brass

Erhard & Sons Art Nouveau Brass Repousse Tobacco or Jewelry Box
By Erhard & Söhne
Located in Hamilton, Ontario
Erhard & Sons (Sohne) Art Nouveau brass repousse tobacco or jewelry box. Free shipping within the United States and Canada.
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Early 20th Century German Jewelry Boxes

Art Nouveau Brass Jewelry Box, Germany circa 1920 Erhard & Söhne
Located in Toronto, Ontario
Brass jewelry box, Germany circa 1920 probably Erhard & Söhne of Schwäbisch Gmünd. The box of rectangular shape, the brass body and cover oxidized inlay classic art nouveau arabesque...
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Early 20th Century Decorative Boxes

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Brass

Rare Early 1900s Art Nouveau Rosewood and Brass Writing Box
By Erhard & Söhne
Located in San Diego, CA
An Art Nouveau writing box crafted with palisander (rosewood) and brass decoration. Domed lid on a high quality, hinge opens to reveal two compartments separated by a brass removable...
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Early 20th Century German Art Nouveau More Desk Accessories

Materials

Brass, Copper

Erhard Sohne For Sale on 1stDibs

Choose from an assortment of styles, material and more with respect to the erhard sohne you’re looking for at 1stDibs. A erhard sohne — often made from metal, brass and wood — can elevate any home. Whether you’re looking for an older or newer erhard sohne, there are earlier versions available from the 19th Century and newer variations made as recently as the 20th Century. A erhard sohne made by Art Nouveau designers — as well as those associated with Art Deco — is very popular. You’ll likely find more than one erhard sohne that is appealing in its simplicity, but Erhard & Söhne produced versions that are worth a look.

How Much is a Erhard Sohne?

Prices for a erhard sohne can differ depending upon size, time period and other attributes — at 1stDibs, they begin at $240 and can go as high as $4,500, while the average can fetch as much as $675.

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