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J. & J. Kohn Vienna Art Nouveau Bentwood Two Chairs Nr. 243 Mahogany c.1905

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  • J.&J. Kohn Vienna Art Nouveau Desk Chair, Mahogany stained, Around 1900
    By Jacob & Josef Kohn
    Located in Vienna, AT
    Armchair made by hand in high-quality, shapely bent beech wood furniture, mahogany stained, shellac hand-polished. Manufactured by JACOB & JOSEF KOHN, Vienna, around 1900 Model number T 1253 Measures: Height: 77.0 cm / 30.31 inches Seat: 47.0 cm / 18.50 inches Width: 54.0 cm / 21.25 inches Depth: 55.0 cm / 21.65 inches Bibliography: JACOB & JOSEF KOHN, 'DER KATALOG VON 1916' (catalogue from 1916), DRY MUNICH 1985, page 60, number T1253. Antique furniture from...
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    Antique Early 1900s Austrian Art Nouveau Nesting Tables and Stacking Tables

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  • J.&J. Kohn Art Nouveau Waiting Table, Mahogany stained, Austria, Around 1905
    By Jacob & Josef Kohn
    Located in Vienna, AT
    Elegant Art Nouveau waiting table, or flower table, on slightly outwardly curved legs, with decorative struts underneath the table top and in the base area. High-quality handcrafted ...
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    Antique Early 1900s Austrian Art Nouveau Nesting Tables and Stacking Tables

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    Beech

  • Art Nouveau Table Rarity Beechwood Mahogany Massive and Veneer Vienna circa 1905
    Located in Vienna, AT
    Art Nouveau table, made of mahogany wood: Mahogany massive and veneer (table's plate) / high quality handwork. It is of most elegant appearance: The oval table's plate is attached t...
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    Antique Early 1900s Austrian Art Nouveau Tables

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  • Art Nouveau Armchair 'Model Stössler', Design by Adolf Loos, Vienna, circa 1900
    By Adolf Loos, Friedrich Otto Schmidt
    Located in Vienna, AT
    Adolf Loos (1870 - 1933) designed the chair model shown here in 1899 based on an English model as part of his earliest work as an interior designer for the dining room in Eugen Stössler's apartment in Vienna. The omission of the front supports of the armrests and the backwards curved legs lend the early chair a touch of elegance. Instead of the turned legs of the English model, Loos used smooth round wood with brass feet to protect the carpet. So these ankle cuffs fulfill a practical purpose and at the same time have a decorative effect. They thus correspond to Loos' demand for a 'unity of form and function'. Beautifully shaped furniture made by hand in high quality, solid walnut and veneered, shellac hand-polished, upholstered seat and covered with leather, brass nails and brass shoes. Execution: Friedrich Otto Schmidt, Vienna, circa 1900 Model number 6865 The model was produced by the company F. O. Schmidt and was also in their offer at the time. This explains why this chair model, specially designed by Loos for one of his interiors, can also be found on the art market. Measures: Total height: 82.0 cm / 32.28 in Seat height: 47.0 cm / 18.50 in Width: 57.0 cm / 22.44 in Depth: 50.0 cm / 19.68 in Bibliography: - The dining room in the Stössler apartment was published in 1900 in the Viennese arts and crafts...
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    Antique Early 1900s Austrian Art Nouveau Armchairs

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    Brass

  • Lobmeyr Vienna Signed Art Nouveau Jug Enamel Gold Made after 1905
    By J.L Lobmeyr
    Located in Vienna, AT
    FINE ART GLASS VINTAGE / JUG WITH GOLDEN ENAMEL PAINTINGS MANUFACTORY: most probably Meyr’s Nephew, Adolf near Winterberg (BOHEMIA) ORDERER: LOBMEYR VIENNA SPECIFICATIONS:...
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    Antique Early 1900s Austrian Art Nouveau Glass

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    Enamel

  • Jacob & Josef Kohn Vienna Art Nouveau Settee Number 412 by Otto Wagner c.1901
    By Otto Wagner
    Located in Vienna, AT
    Art Nouveau Settee for Setting Up in Corner / model number 412 Design created by Otto Wagner (1841 - 1918) on behalf of Jacob & Josef Kohn Manufactory. Vienna, made circa 1901 - ...
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    Antique Early 1900s Austrian Art Nouveau Armchairs

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    Brass

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