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Koloman Moser Furniture

Austrian, 1868-1918

Born in Vienna in 1868, Koloman Moser briefly attended trade school, honoring his father’s wish to see him in commerce. But he soon surrendered to his artistic inclinations, enrolling in 1885 in Vienna’s Academy of Fine Arts, where he studied painting.

When his father died unexpectedly in 1888, leaving the family in financial straits, Moser (1868–1918) helped out by doing illustrations for books and magazines. Meanwhile, he continued his painting studies, at the academy and then at the School of Arts and Crafts, starting in 1892. That was also the year that Moser, along with other young artists revolting against the Viennese art world’s devotion to naturalism, formed the Siebner Club, the precursor to the Vienna Secession.

Moser’s introduction during his last term at school to Gustav Klimt’s Allegory of Sculpture proved a turning point for the young artist. Christian Witt-Dörring, guest curator of the 2018–19 exhibition “Koloman Moser: Universal Artist between Gustav Klimt and Josef Hoffmann” at the MAK in Vienna, noted a change in the artist’s drawing style. “Primarily inspired by the art of Japan, [Klimt] introduces new paper sizes, fragmented image details, and an emphasis on the line as opposed to the surface,” wrote Witt-Dörring in the exhibition’s catalogue.

A year later, in 1897, Moser together with Klimt, Carl Moll, Joseph Olbrich and Josef Hoffmann founded the Vienna Secession, a union of artists and designers determined to upend Austria’s artistic conservatism. The members were committed to making total works of art: Gesamtkunstwerken. Looking to the English Arts and Crafts Movement, with its guiding principle of unity of the arts, the group attempted to bring art back into everyday life and introduce a local modernism to fin-de-siècle Vienna. Moser, whose membership in the club also afforded him entry into upper-class Viennese society, turned his back on oil painting and forged ahead with Gesamtkunstwerk.

Moser created everything from exhibition design to facade ornamentation for the Secession Building, to graphic materials. Moser also produced posters and advertisements in his “modern style” for various companies. In 1898, he presented his first decor pieces, including hand-knotted rugs and cushion covers. In 1899, Moser began what would become a lifelong professorship at the School of Arts and Crafts. His repertoire now expanded to include furniture, ceramics and patterns like his trademark checkerboard design. He also moved into scenography and fashion and established himself as an interior designer.

The artist decorated his own home in 1902, after which he received a series of important commissions, notably the villa of textile industrialist Fritz Waerndorfer. It was Waerndorfer who provided the financial support that enabled Moser and Hoffmann in 1903 to found the Wiener Werkstätte, a platform for fully realizing their ideal of Gesamtkunstwerk. Two years later, Moser married Edith Mautner von Markhof, the daughter to one of Austria’s great industrial barons, and his work thrived. 

In 1907, the Wiener Werkstätte ran into financial trouble. Losing faith in the unity of the arts and disillusioned with the group’s dependency on wealthy patrons like Waerndorfer, Moser left the Werkstätte. He returned to his original discipline, painting, which he continued to practice until his untimely death from cancer, in 1918.

Today, Koloman Moser’s work, from his metal vases to his jewelry to his interiors, remains sought-after and revered. Browse Moser's radically modern creations at 1stDibs.

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Creator: Koloman Moser
Koloman Moser Crystal Glass and Brass Jugendstil Ceiling Lamp, Re-Edition
By Koloman Moser, Woka Lamps, Wiener Werkstätte
Located in Vienna, AT
Pendant for the apartment Margaret und Jerome Stonborough. Margaret (Gretl) was the sister of the philosopher Ludwig Wittgenstein. Famous is the painting made by Gustav Klimt on the ...
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2010s Austrian Jugendstil Koloman Moser Furniture

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Crystal, Metal

Koloman Moser, Josef Hoffmann & Wiener Werkstätte Ceiling Lamp, Re-Edition
By Woka Lamps, Koloman Moser, Wiener Werkstätte
Located in Vienna, AT
Ceiling light with seven opaline glass bulbs, total drop custom made. Josef Hoffmann and Koloman Moser were using these designs! Glasses with colored spots with an additional charge ...
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2010s Austrian Jugendstil Koloman Moser Furniture

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Brass

Koloman Moser Chanukiah, 1904 Jugendstil, Wiener Werkstaette Style, Re-edtion
By Woka Lamps, Koloman Moser, Wiener Werkstätte
Located in Vienna, AT
Koloman Moser designed this Chanukkia for Hermann Wittgenstein 1904, other images show the interior for Hermann Wittgenstein as well as a documentation of Deutsche Kunst und Dekorati...
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2010s Austrian Jugendstil Koloman Moser Furniture

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Brass

Koloman 'Kolo' Moser Table or Wall Lamp in One, Re-Edition
By Woka Lamps, Koloman Moser
Located in Vienna, AT
Table and wall lamp in one: "Pivot" Most components according to the UL regulations, with an additional charge we will UL-list and label our fixtures.
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2010s Austrian Jugendstil Koloman Moser Furniture

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Brass

Otto Wagner&Koloman Moser Chandelier "Kirche Am Steinhof", 48 Flames, Re Edit
By Koloman Moser, Otto Wagner, Woka Lamps
Located in Vienna, AT
Magnificent chandelier for the "Steinhof Church" by Otto Wagner, different measures and settings are possible. Glass-balls etched and faceted. The color of the glasses on the canopy ...
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2010s Austrian Jugendstil Koloman Moser Furniture

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Brass

Antique Glass Vase Koloman Moser Loetz Purple 1903 Vienna Jugendstil
By Loetz Glass, Koloman Moser
Located in Klosterneuburg, AT
Vase, Koloman Moser, Johann Loetz Witwe for E. Bakalowits' Söhne, Violetta decoration, 1903 Among the most important glass objects from the Lötz manufactory are undoubtedly those fr...
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Early 1900s Austrian Jugendstil Antique Koloman Moser Furniture

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Glass, Art Glass, Blown Glass

Jugendstil brass chandelier by Koloman Moser
By Koloman Moser
Located in Banská Štiavnica, SK
Jugendstil brass chandelier by Koloman Moser in excellent condition.
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Early 1900s Austrian Jugendstil Antique Koloman Moser Furniture

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Brass

Kolo Koloman Moser/Josef Hoffmann Opaline Glass Pendant Jugendstil, Re-Edition
By Koloman Moser, Josef Hoffmann, Woka Lamps
Located in Vienna, AT
Single pendant often used by Josef Hoffmann as well as by Koloman Moser. We have the colored glasses in several versions and also the white opaline glasses. Length is custom made! Mo...
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2010s Austrian Jugendstil Koloman Moser Furniture

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Brass

Kolo(man) Moser desc lamp Handhammered brass, silver-plated, Glasstubes
By Wiener Werkstätte, Koloman Moser, Woka Lamps
Located in Vienna, AT
In the year the Wiener Werkstätte was founded, Kolo Moser designed several table lamps, including four that resemble each other due to their dome-shaped covers. The lamps are recorde...
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2010s Austrian Jugendstil Koloman Moser Furniture

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Silver Plate, Brass

Bohemian Glass Vase Loetz Koloman Moser circa 1900 Blue Green
By Koloman Moser, Loetz Glass
Located in Klosterneuburg, AT
Bohemian glass vase, manufactured by Johann Loetz Witwe, Flecken und Streifen decoration, ca. 1900, Green, Blue, Viennese Art Nouveau, Jugendstil, Art Deco, art glass, iridescent gla...
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Early 1900s Austrian Jugendstil Antique Koloman Moser Furniture

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Glass

Josef Hoffmann&Koloman Moser, Wiener Werkstaette Vienna Secession Pendant Edit
By Wiener Werkstätte, Josef Hoffmann, Koloman Moser
Located in Vienna, AT
A single pendant from the chandelier for the entrance of the Wiener Werkstaette-Showrooms in Neustiftgasse 32/34 in Vienna Hammered or plain - another image shows the complete chande...
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2010s Austrian Jugendstil Koloman Moser Furniture

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Crystal, Brass

Secessionist Showcase by Koloman Moser for J. & J. Kohn - Vienna, 1901
By Koloman Moser
Located in Brussels , BE
This showcase was first presented as part of a drawing room ensemble at the Winter Exhibition at the Austrian Museum of Art and Industry (MAK) in 1901. In the following year, it was ...
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Early 20th Century Austrian Koloman Moser Furniture

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Brass

Koloman Moser Art Nouveau Meteor Bowl With Silver Rim, Bakalowits Vienna, 1900s
By Koloman Moser, Bakalowits & Söhne, Wiener Werkstätte
Located in Vienna, AT
A beautiful Art Nouveau Vienna Secession mouth-blown „Meteor“ optical glass bowl with a rim made of silver-plated brass from the early 1900s. Designed by Koloman Moser (1868 - 1919),...
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Early 1900s Austrian Art Nouveau Antique Koloman Moser Furniture

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Brass

Jugendstil armchair 719F by Koloman Moser for J&J Kohn
By Jacob & Josef Kohn, Koloman Moser
Located in Banská Štiavnica, SK
Jugendstil armchair 719F by Koloman Moser for J&J Kohn professionally stained and repolished.
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1910s Austrian Jugendstil Vintage Koloman Moser Furniture

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Beech

Magazine holder no.1069 by Koloman Moser for J&J Kohn
By Koloman Moser, Jacob & Josef Kohn
Located in Banská Štiavnica, SK
Magazine holder no.1069 by Koloman Moser for J&J Kohn in very nice original condition with signs of use.
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1910s Austrian Vienna Secession Vintage Koloman Moser Furniture

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Beech, Bentwood

Set of Two Dinning Chairs by Koloman Moser fo J.J. Kohn
By Jacob & Josef Kohn, Koloman Moser
Located in Vienna, AT
Beech bentwood frame with plywood seat and back rest, walnut stained model 327 designed about 1900 by Koloman Moser for J.J. Kohn. Fully restored with shellac finish. Preis for set o...
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Early 1900s Austrian Vienna Secession Antique Koloman Moser Furniture

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Beech, Bentwood

Original Otto Wagner & Kohn Jacob & Josef & Koloman 'Kolo' Moser Ensemble, 1901
By Otto Wagner, Koloman Moser, Jacob & Josef Kohn
Located in Vienna, AT
As pioneer and master of the Modern, Otto Wagner seized the then rather new technique of bending wood for his furniture designs. Occasionally These furniture are attributed to Koloma...
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Early 20th Century Austrian Vienna Secession Koloman Moser Furniture

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Fabric, Bentwood

Wall shelf by Koloman Moser for Wiener Werkstätte
By Koloman Moser, Wiener Werkstätte
Located in Banská Štiavnica, SK
Wall shelf by Koloman Moser for Wiener Werkstätte in very good original condition.
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Early 1900s Austrian Vienna Secession Antique Koloman Moser Furniture

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Wood

Koloman Moser/Otto Wagner "Steinhof Church" Chandelier, Re-Edition
By Otto Wagner, Koloman Moser, Woka Lamps
Located in Vienna, AT
Variation of the magnificent chandelier for the "Steinhof Church" by Otto Wagner, different measures and settings are possible Most components according to the UL regulations, with ...
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2010s Austrian Jugendstil Koloman Moser Furniture

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Brass

Secession sugar bowl by Jutta Sika and Kolo Moser by Argentor Wien
By Jutta Sika, Koloman Moser, Argentor of Vienna
Located in Banská Štiavnica, SK
Secession sugar bowl by Jutta Sika and Kolo Moser signed on the bottom with Argentor hallmark. Silverplated alpacca with blown glass insert.
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Early 1900s Austrian Vienna Secession Antique Koloman Moser Furniture

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Alpaca, Blown Glass

Secession brass bowl by Jutta Sika and Kolo Moser
By Jutta Sika, Koloman Moser
Located in Banská Štiavnica, SK
Secession brass bowl by Jutta Sika and Kolo Moser. Silverplated brass. Signed on the bottom by manufacturer W&G probably Wolkenstein & Glückseelig.
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Early 1900s Austrian Vienna Secession Antique Koloman Moser Furniture

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Brass

Koloman Moser for Otto Wagner "Steinhof Church" Chandelier 36 Flames Re Edition
By Woka Lamps, Koloman Moser, Otto Wagner
Located in Vienna, AT
Magnificent chandelier for the "Steinhof Church" by Otto Wagner, different measures and settings are possible; As Kolo Moser did several of such designs and was involved in the plann...
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2010s Austrian Jugendstil Koloman Moser Furniture

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Brass

Koloman Moser for the Wiener Werstaette Jugendstil Wall Light, Re-Edition
By Wiener Werkstätte, Koloman Moser, Woka Lamps
Located in Vienna, AT
For the fashion saloon of the Floege-sisters, early 20th century Most components according to the UL regulations, with an additional charge we will UL-list and label our fixtures.
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2010s Austrian Jugendstil Koloman Moser Furniture

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Crystal, Brass

Otto Wagner & Koloman Moser Wall Light for "Steinhofchurch", Re-Edition
By Woka Lamps, Koloman Moser, Otto Wagner
Located in Vienna, AT
Wall-lamp for the famous Steinhof-Church in Vienna, built in 1904. Available in different finishes. Originally manufactured at the Wiener Werkstaette Atelier, now custom-made produc...
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2010s Austrian Jugendstil Koloman Moser Furniture

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Brass

Jugendstil Vienna Secessionist Koloman Moser Pendant, Re-Edition
By Koloman Moser, Woka Lamps
Located in Vienna, AT
Basic pendant which can be delivered with bigger glasses as well and total drop is coustom made Most components according to the UL regulations, with an additional charge we will ...
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2010s Austrian Jugendstil Koloman Moser Furniture

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Brass

Jugendstil Josef Hoffmann & Wiener Werkstätte Ceiling Light with Bulbs, Re Editi
By Woka Lamps, Koloman Moser
Located in Vienna, AT
Ceiling light with ten opaline glass bulbs, total drop custom made. Josef Hoffmann and Koloman Moser were using these designs! Glasses with colored spots with an additional charge ...
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2010s Austrian Jugendstil Koloman Moser Furniture

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Brass

Koloman Moser / Josef Hoffmann / Wiener Werkstätte Jugendstil Lamp, Re-Edition
By Wiener Werkstätte, Koloman Moser, Woka Lamps
Located in Vienna, AT
Small and elegant wall or ceiling lamp; the depth is including Edison-bulb. The hole for the bulb has 6.5 cm or 2.55". Originally manufactured at the Wiener Werkstätte, now manufact...
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2010s Austrian Jugendstil Koloman Moser Furniture

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Brass

Koloman Moser Art Nouveau Glass Pitcher by Loetz Witwe, Bohemia, 1900s
By Johann Lötz Witwe, Loetz Glass, Koloman Moser
Located in Vienna, AT
A beautiful mouth blown Art Nouveau / Jugendstil glass pitcher, dated around 1900, designed by Vienna Secessionist Kolo Moser. This lovely jug is handmade of clear crystal glass and ...
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Early 1900s Czech Art Nouveau Antique Koloman Moser Furniture

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Crystal

Koloman Moser and Josef Hoffmann Jugendstil Chandelier, Re-Edition
By Woka Lamps, Koloman Moser, Josef Hoffmann
Located in Vienna, AT
A very nice version from the often used design by Koloman Moser as well as by Josef Hoffmann, the total drop will be custom made. Originally manufactured...
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2010s Austrian Jugendstil Koloman Moser Furniture

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Brass

Secession Desk Chair nr.327 by Koloman Moser for J.&J.Kohn
By Jacob & Josef Kohn, Koloman Moser
Located in Banská Štiavnica, SK
Secession desk chair nr.327 by Koloman Moser for J.&J.Kohn.
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1910s Austrian Vienna Secession Vintage Koloman Moser Furniture

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Beech

Viennese Secession Sideboard by Koloman Moser for August Ungethum Special Order
By Koloman Moser
Located in NOUVION-SUR-MEUSE, FR
Magnifique enfilade en Noyer sculpté, poignées et entrées de serrures en bronze massif de Koloman Moser pour August UNGETHUM vers 1910. Très beau travail de sculpture, plateau en ma...
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1910s Austrian Art Nouveau Vintage Koloman Moser Furniture

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Walnut

Large Antique Vase for Adolf Meyr's Nephew Dekor Meteor by Koloman Moser
By Koloman Moser
Located in Vienna, AT
From a collection of glasses by Koloman Moser: extremely rare large fishbowl vase for the Wiener Werkstätte. Colorless glass, from top to bottom; optica...
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Late 19th Century Austrian Art Nouveau Antique Koloman Moser Furniture

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Glass

Josef Hoffman, Showroom of Wiener Werkstaette Chandelier Jugendstil, Re-Edition
By Woka Lamps, Koloman Moser, Josef Hoffmann
Located in Vienna, AT
Chandelier for the entrance of the WW-showrooms in Neustiftgasse 32/34 in Vienna, design 1903. Four single pendants, mounted on a ceiling-plate. Hammered or plain. The original s...
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2010s Austrian Jugendstil Koloman Moser Furniture

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Crystal, Metal

Large Wiener Werkstaette Koloman Moser Flower Stand, Jardiniere, Re-Edition
By Woka Lamps, Koloman Moser, Wiener Werkstätte
Located in Vienna, AT
Designed and originally manufactured for the early showrooms of the Wiener Werkstaette in Vienna VII, Neustiftgasse 32-34 - Model# M 0182 The diameter of the pots is 16cm Punch...
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2010s Austrian Jugendstil Koloman Moser Furniture

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Iron

Original, Signed Massive Silver Candleholder, Koloman Moser Wiener Werkstätte
By Wiener Werkstätte, Koloman Moser, Woka Lamps
Located in Vienna, AT
Signature: Austrian silver-mark, WW-mark. What is unusual for a Wiener Werkstatte silver-object. The signatures are on the bottom side instead...
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Early 1900s Austrian Jugendstil Antique Koloman Moser Furniture

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Lapis Lazuli, Silver

Koloman Moser pair of armchairs mod. 719 with expertise
By Koloman Moser
Located in Firenze, FI
A pair of armchairs 1902s mod. 719 with expertise from BEL ETAGE gallery Wien. Made from J & J Kohn. Materials: beech and brass. This armchair have been ...
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Early 1900s Austrian Antique Koloman Moser Furniture

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Beech

Secession beehive chair by Koloman Moser for J&J Kohn
By Jacob & Josef Kohn, Koloman Moser
Located in Banská Štiavnica, SK
Secession beehive chair by Koloman Moser for J&J Kohn. New handmade rattan seat, professionally stained and repolished.
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Early 1900s Austrian Vienna Secession Antique Koloman Moser Furniture

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Rattan, Beech

Original Otto Wagner & Kohn Jacob & Josef & Koloman 'Kolo' Moser Ensemble, 1901
By Jacob & Josef Kohn, Koloman Moser, Otto Wagner
Located in Vienna, AT
As pioneer and master of the Modern, Otto Wagner seized the then rather new technique of bending wood for his furniture designs. Occasionally These furniture are attributed to Koloman Moser as well. The design of this Ensemble dated back in 1901. Especially the design of the armrests shows the adventure of the new technique. Wagner first used the stool from this Ensemble for the "Depeschenbüro Die Zeit" Lit.: Giovanni Renzi, „Il mobile moderno“, Silvana Editoriale Spa, Milano, 2008. S.48-49 Eva B. Ottillinger (Hg.), „Wagner, Hoffmann, Loos und das Möbeldesign der Wiener Moderne“, Ausstellungskatalog Hofmobiliendepot Wien, Böhlau Verlag, Wien, 2018, S.34 ff. J. Uhlír: Vom Wiener Stuhl...
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Early 20th Century Austrian Vienna Secession Koloman Moser Furniture

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Fabric, Bentwood

Vienna 1900 Brass Ceiling Lamp with Loetz Glass Shades by Koloman Moser
By Loetz Glass, Koloman Moser
Located in Klosterneuburg, AT
Vienna 1900 brass ceiling lamp with Johann Loetz Witwe glass shades designed by Koloman Moser red and white. This ceiling lamp was known in Vienna as "pe...
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Early 1900s Austrian Jugendstil Antique Koloman Moser Furniture

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Brass

Iron Coat Rack by Koloman Moser, Wiener Werkstatte, 1900s
By Koloman Moser
Located in Praha, CZ
Wiener Werkstatte iron coat rack by Koloman Moser in a very good original condition. Dark brown paint with age patina. Including drip tray for umbrellas. Shipping to US: $1100.
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Early 1900s Austrian Art Nouveau Antique Koloman Moser Furniture

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Iron

Koloman Moser & Wiener Werkstaette Jugendstil Table Lamp Re-Edition
By Koloman Moser, Woka Lamps
Located in Vienna, AT
Very important, early design, presumably one of the first lamps produced at the Wiener Werkstaette, hammered originally. Variation from several designs as per Wiener Werkstaette patt...
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2010s Austrian Jugendstil Koloman Moser Furniture

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Crystal, Brass

Secession Mirror No.1149 by Koloman Moser for Jacob & Josef Kohn
By Koloman Moser, Jacob & Josef Kohn
Located in Banská Štiavnica, SK
Secession mirror no.1149 by Koloman Moser for Jacob & Josef Kohn. Very rare model. Professionally stained and repolished.
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Early 1900s Austrian Vienna Secession Antique Koloman Moser Furniture

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Bentwood

Pair of Austrian Secessionist Side Armchairs by Koloman Moser for J & J Kohn
By Jacob & Josef Kohn, Koloman Moser
Located in New York City, NY
A fine pair of Austrian Secessionist bentwood chairs for a salon / living room, office, bedroom, foyer... in walnut stained beechwood with upholstered seat and back. Designed by Koloman Moser: March 30, 1868 – October 18, 1918 Manufactured by J & J Kohn in 1910 Geometric arms and square back rests complement the sweeping curved surround featuring horizontal slat design which decorates the chair backs. Austere planes and strict geometry typical of the Wiener Werkstätte are featured on this pair of armchairs. Elegantly curved and straight edged wooden elements provide Stark architectural planes, timelessness, comfort and beauty. The set's upholstery was from Backhausen, the famous, high end textile house that has been in business since 1849 and made fabric for these original designers during the period. Moser was an important designer. He was a founding members and artistic director of the Jugenstil art movement. Along with Josef Hoffman, Moser co founded the iconic Wiener Werkstätte ( Viennese workshop) . The Wiener Werkstätte was a workshop dedicated to the production of craftwork. Art Deco armchairs, Club Chairs, bergere chairs, canapes, chairs, chaise longues, club chairs, corner chairs, daybeds, living room sets, Dining Room Chairs, Lounge Chairs, Office Chairs and Desk Chairs...
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Early 20th Century Austrian Vienna Secession Koloman Moser Furniture

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Bentwood

Set of 6 Wine Glasses Koloman Moser Meyr's Neffe circa 1901 Pink Jugendstil
By Meyr's Neffe, Koloman Moser
Located in Klosterneuburg, AT
Set of 6 wine glasses Meteor decoration pink Koloman Moser Meyr's Neffe ca. 1901 Austrian Jugendstil The “Meteor” decoration was used for entire sets...
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Early 1900s Austrian Jugendstil Antique Koloman Moser Furniture

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Glass

Set of 9 Purple Stem Glasses Koloman Moser Meyr's Neffe circa 1899 Jugendstil
By Meyr's Neffe, Koloman Moser
Located in Klosterneuburg, AT
Set of 9 purple stem glasses "Meteor" decoration designed by Koloman Moser manufactured by Meyr's Neffe ca. 1899 Austrian Jugendstil The “Meteor” decoration by Koloman Moser was u...
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1890s Austrian Jugendstil Antique Koloman Moser Furniture

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Glass

Loetz Glass Vase "Crete Papillon" by Koloman Moser for E. Bakalowits, circa 1899
By Koloman Moser, Johann Lötz Witwe
Located in Lichtenberg, AT
Stunning Loetz glass vase by Koloman Moser for E. Bakalowits made in Klostermuehle/ Bohemia, circa 1899. This rare Bohemian glass vase was designed by none other than world-famous Au...
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Early 20th Century Czech Art Nouveau Koloman Moser Furniture

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Blown Glass

Bentwood Bench by Koloman Moser, Viennese Secession, circa 1900
By Koloman Moser
Located in Brussels, BE
Bentwood bench by Koloman Moser, Viennese secession, circa 1900.
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Early 1900s Austrian Antique Koloman Moser Furniture

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Bentwood

Pair of Bentwood Armchairs by Koloman Moser, Viennese Secession, circa 1900
By Koloman Moser
Located in Brussels, BE
Pair of bentwood armchairs by Koloman Moser, Viennese secession, circa 1900.
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Early 1900s Austrian Antique Koloman Moser Furniture

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Bentwood

Koloman Moser Three-Panel Screen
By Koloman Moser
Located in Brooklyn, NY
Bentwood fret with birch back panel screen with brass hardware by Koloman Moser for J&J Kohn.
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Early 20th Century Austrian Koloman Moser Furniture

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Bentwood

Czech Art Deco Moser Crystal Perfume Bottle
By Koloman Moser
Located in New York, NY
Art Deco (Czech) dark purple 10 sided crystal perfume bottle with gilt decorated scene with classical figures (MOSER)
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Late 19th Century Czech Art Nouveau Antique Koloman Moser Furniture

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Gold Leaf

Pair of Signed Moser Alexandrite Footed Compotes and Vases
By Koloman Moser
Located in Great Barrington, MA
From my amazing collection of signed Moser, "Alexandrite", these two pairs are sold separately but work beautifully together. Each piece is hand blown wit...
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Early 20th Century Czech Art Deco Koloman Moser Furniture

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Crystal

Pair of Signed Moser "Alexandrite" Vases or Centerpieces
By Koloman Moser
Located in Great Barrington, MA
Another beautiful example from my Moser "Alexandrite" collection. These two hand blown vases are large enough to be centerpieces on a dining room table or perfect garniture...
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Early 20th Century Czech Art Deco Koloman Moser Furniture

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Crystal

Moser 19" Hand Blown Topaz Covered Vase/Pokal w/ Prunts & Raised Gilt Decoration
By Koloman Moser
Located in Great Barrington, MA
This is an exquisite example of a 19th C. Moser hand blown Pokal with the finest detailed decoration. It is tall and elegant, standing 18 inches and is embellished with applied prunt...
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19th Century Czech Rococo Antique Koloman Moser Furniture

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Crystal

20th Century Koloman Moser and Josef Hoffmann Austria Armchair Beech Plywood
By Josef Hoffmann, Koloman Moser
Located in Paris, FR
Koloman Moser (1868-1918) and Josef Hoffmann (1870-1956). Bent and polished beech and plywood, dyed to rosewood, brass inlays, renewed upholstery. Measures: Height 70 cm (27.5 in.)...
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Early 20th Century Austrian Art Nouveau Koloman Moser Furniture

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Beech, Plywood

Koloman Moser furniture for sale on 1stDibs.

Koloman Moser furniture are available for sale on 1stDibs. These distinctive items are frequently made of metal and are designed with extraordinary care. There are many options to choose from in our collection of Koloman Moser furniture, although brown editions of this piece are particularly popular. We have 32 vintage editions of these items in-stock, while there is 20 modern edition to choose from as well. Many of the original furniture by Koloman Moser were created in the Art Nouveau style in europe during the 20th century. If you’re looking for additional options, many customers also consider furniture by Dagobert Peche, Josef Hoffmann, and Wiener Werkstätte. Prices for Koloman Moser furniture can differ depending upon size, time period and other attributes — on 1stDibs, these items begin at $690 and can go as high as $93,422, while a piece like these, on average, fetch $4,736.

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