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On Sale: Glassware from a Bauhaus Master

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On Sale: Glassware from a Bauhaus Master

May 2, 2012

German Bauhaus master Willem Wagenfeld designed some of the century's most thrilling glassware; happily, several of his pieces were recently reissued by Jenaer Glas.

N.B. Also see Hotels & Lodging: Hotel Sigtuna in Sweden, with rooms featuring Wilhelm Wagenfeld Bauhaus Table Lamps. Now we segue to kitchen pieces by Wagenfeld.

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Above: Jenaer Glas recently reissued the Wilhelm Wagenfeld Egg Coddler; it's currently on sale for $12.99 (down from $17.99) at Fortessa.

wagenfeld tea kettle with tea glassware

Above: Jenaer Glas also recently released the iconic Wagenfeld Teapot with lid and filter; currently on sale for $119.99 (down from $159.99) at Fortessa. The Wagenfeld Tea Cup and Saucer set is €41.90 at Connox. A Wagenfeld Creamer and Sugar Bowl set is €31.90 at Connox.

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Above: Designed in 1935, Wagenfeld's modular Kubus stacking containers, which are in the permanent collection at MoMA, can occasionally be found at auctions and through antiques dealers specializing in mid-century pieces.

N.B.: This post is an update; the original post ran on April 27, 2009.

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