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Viktor Lurje

Unique Low Cabinet with Intarsia by Viktor Lurje for Wiener Werkstätte c. 1926
By Wiener Werkstätte, Viktor Lurje
Located in Berlin, DE
Unique low cabinet with intarsia designed by the architect, artist and craftsman Viktor Lurje (1883
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Vintage 1920s Austrian Vienna Secession Cabinets

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Vintage 1920s Austrian Vienna Secession Decorative Boxes

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