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Silver Austria Vienna Coffee Pot Milk Pot Sugar Bowl Creamer Klinkosch 1922-1925

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Silver Austrian gorgeous set of most elegant appearance: Coffee pot Milk pot Creamer Sugar bowl manufactured, circa 1922-1925 Items of this set are manufactured in elegant style of earlier Art Deco period / coffee as well as milk pot's form is of pear type. Smooth surface. Each item of this set stands on round tiered foot. Finally, lidded coffee pot and milk pot as well as creamer are equipped with handles made of ebony and dark colored. Manufactured circa 1922-1925 made of silver 800 1. Branded by "800" which means silver 800 2. Initials existing: J.C.K. (firm Josef Carl Klinkosch) 3. Firm sign Klinkosch visible, too 4. Toucan's Head Mark with "W" (for Vienna) and "4" (silver 800) existing: It is Viennese Hallmark for Silver used as from year 1922. Bibliography: Waltraud Neuwirth, Wiener Gold-und Silberschmiede und ihre Punzen (= Viennese Gold-and Silversmiths and their signs), vol. I , Vienna 1976, pages 295 - 301 and vol. II (page 372) Carl Klinkosch had owned the silver manufactory "Mayerhofer & Klinkosch", having been founded in the year 1830 by Stephan Mayerhofer and Carl Klinkosch: The manufactory Mayerhofer & Klinkosch had been one of the most successfull silver manufactories of Old Imperial Austria. There was a change in the year 1869 when the son Josef Carl Klinkosch became single owner of manufactory - therefore firm's name was changed into: "Gold-, Silber- und Metallwaren-Fabrik J. C. Klinkosch". But firm's success remained the same: Josef Carl Klinkosch worked very often under the authority (per order) of Austrian Emperor as his father had done. Many of Klinkosch's works are kept safe in former Viennese Imperial Castle (in so-said 'Hofsilber- und Tafelkammer' of Viennese Castle). Josef Carl Klinkosch died in the year 1888, and the firm was taken over by his sons Arthur (died 1899) and Isidor (died 1914). The Klinkosch firm was bought by Arthur Krupp in the year 1918 and was active by use of name „J.C. Klinkosch A.G.“ then. The manufactory gave up existence in the year 1972. Measures: Coffee pot height 19.0 cm / 7.48 inches (handle included) width 20.0 cm / 7.87 inches (measured from handle to spout) Milk pot height 19.0 cm / 7.48 inches (handle included) width 14.0 cm / 5.51 inches (measured from handle to spout) Creamer height 10.5 cm / 4.13 inches (measured at handle) width 16.5 cm / 6.49 inches (measured from handle to spout) Sugar bowl with two handles height 7.0 cm / 2.75 inches diameter 10.0 cm / 3.93 inches width 15.5 cm / 6.10 inches (measured from handle to handle) Total weight 1.370 grams / 48.22 OZ / 44.05 troy ounces Condition: Excellent (there aren't any damages / any imperfections existing).
  • Creator:
    Josef Carl Klinkosch (Manufacturer)
  • Dimensions:
    Height: 7.48 in (19 cm)Diameter: 3.93 in (9.99 cm)
  • Sold As:
    Set of 4
  • Style:
    Art Deco (Of the Period)
  • Materials and Techniques:
  • Place of Origin:
  • Period:
  • Date of Manufacture:
    circa 1922-1925
  • Condition:
    there aren't any damages / any imperfections existing.
  • Seller Location:
    Vienna, AT
  • Reference Number:
    1stDibs: LU1014410863673
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