Iconic figure of the Wiener Werkstatte movement and visionary architect-designer, Adolf Loos created this iconic crystal bowl with sigature hatchmarks on the base. The collection reflects Loos' uncompromising interest in essential and simple forms. Each piece is mouth blown by the master glass makers of Lobmeyr and each of the diamond-cut base meticulously hand-cut and matte polished. The series has become one of the iconic glassware designs of the 20th Century and a staple in Lobmeyr's ongoing design legacy.A beautiful example of the architect's uncompromising concept of form. This series paved the way for modern glass design. The base shows the characteristic diamond-cut at the base. Each line is cut by hand and carefully matt-polished.
Mouth-blown Muslin glass with hand-cut diamond patterns. Part of Adolf Loos bar set designed for Lobmeyr in 1931, the large bowl bears all hallmarks of the collection to which it belongs. Matt-polished, mouth blown and hand-cut, the elegant bowl features the clean sharps lines that are now synonymous with Loos' designs for the Austrian crystal brand. The base features a hand-engraved cross-hatched pattern on the base. Adolf Loos, a 30-piece service no.
248, designed in 1931, manufactured by Zahn & Göpfert, Blumenbach, executed by J. Clear muslin crystal glass with brilliant cut. This item is in the category "Pottery & Glass\Decorative Cookware, Dinnerware & Serveware\Bowls". The seller is "thecondo12a" and is located in this country: US. This item can be shipped to United States.