Description & Technical information

Designed by: Adolf Loos, Vienna, 1931

Executed by: J Meyers Neffe in Steinschönau for J. & L. Lobmeyr.

Marked: paper company label Lobmeyr

Crystal glass, fine, silk-matt polished brilliant cut on the base.

Carafe with stopper H 29.5 cm, 6 glasses H11 cm


Brno 1870 – 1933 Kalksburg near Vienna


In 1823, Josef Lobmeyr founded the company J. & L. Lobmeyr. Led by the Lobmeyr brothers' nephew, Stefan Rath, the company cooperated with Josef Hoffmann, who designed a large number of glasses for Lobmeyr that were inter alia presented at the Kölner Werkbund Exhibition in 1914. The Lobmeyr company also worked with other important artists such as Oswald Haerdtl, Vally Wieselthier, Otto Prutscher, Adolf Loos, Rudolf Marschall and Michael Powolny.

Date:  1931
Period:  20th century
Medium: Glass
Dimensions: 29.5 cm (11⁵/₈ inches)
Provenance: private property, France


W. Neuwirth, Das Glas des Jugendstils - Vienna, Munich, 1973, pp. 197; W. Neuwirth, Lobmeyr, Schöner als Bergkristall, Vienna, 1999website of the Lobmeyr company: