181-Pice Set of Silver Cutlery
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Josef Hoffmann / Alexander Sturm

181-Pice Set of Silver Cutlery

Bel Etage, Wolfgang Bauer, Vienna

Date 1902

Period 20th century

Origin Vienna

Medium silver

Designed by: Josef Hoffmann, Vienna, 1902
Executed by: Alexander Sturm

Consisting of: 
18 large knives and 18 forks, 16 large spoons,
16 entrée knives and 16 entrée forks, 6 entrée spoons,
15 coffee-desert spoons, 15 desert-fruit knives and 18 desert-cake forks, 
16 mocha spoons, 
12 ice-cream spoons, 
1 butter knife, 
1 cheese knife, 
1 large soup ladle, 
1 sauce spoon, 
3 large serving-sauce spoons, 
2 large ice server, 
1 large meat fork, 2 small serving-meat forks, 
a pair of salad servers, 
1 cake server.

Date: 1902

Period: 20th century

Origin: Vienna

Medium: silver

Signature: Marked: four-leaf clover (company's mark for Alexander Sturm), Austrian hallmark, head of Diana (A for Vienna, 3 for 800/1000).

Provenance: 67 pieces from the estate of Prof. Alfred Roller, an important Viennese stage designer and artist; 73 pieces from the estate of an Austrian k. &. k. officer; the remaining pieces from other estates

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Bel Etage, Wolfgang Bauer, Vienna

Viennese Jugendstil, Secessionist Movement

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