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Jenaer Glas Wagenfeld Collection 4.4-Ounce Glass Egg Coddler, Medium, Set of 2

by Fortessa /Schott Zwiesel
List price: $42.82 Price: $36.00 Buy Now

Features:
  • Part of the Wagenfeld collection: a paradigm of design in the Bauhaus tradition; featured in many international design museums
  • Set of 2 medium borosilicate glass egg coddlers with glass lids and metal clips; 4.4 ounce capacity
  • To use: fill with ingredients, close lid with clip in place, cook in water bath or oven

Product description

Jenaer Glas
Chocolate Glass

Jenaer Glas – The Collector’s Choice

For nearly 100 years, Jenaer Glas has been highly prized by collectors in Europe and America. True to its Bauhaus design roots, today’s Jenaer Glas is still simple and elegant.

The finest in German glassware, Jenaer Glas is both collectible and practical. Beautiful enough to proudly display, yet affordable enough to use everyday.

Generations have loved and handed down Jenaer Glass pieces. Now, they’ve bee discovered by a whole new generation of collectors!

Add a distinctive touch to your table – with Jenaer Glass.

Jenaer Glas
Wagenfeld Glass Teapot
About Fortessa Tableware Solutions, LLC

Fortessa Tableware Solutions, LLC. is a leading designer, developer, and marketer of quality tableware for high-end restaurants and hotels globally, as well as for the luxury consumer market.




Jenaer Glas Wagenfeld Collection Glass Teapot with Lid and Filter, 50.6-Ounce

by Fortessa /Schott Zwiesel
List price: $150.00 Price: $149.95 Buy Now

Features:
  • Designed by Wilhelm Wagenfeld in 1931
  • Mouth blown borosilicate glass teapot with glass lid and filter; 50.6 ounce capacity
  • Features a glass lid and filter

Product description

Jenaer Glas
Chocolate Glass

Jenaer Glas – The Collector’s Choice

For nearly 100 years, Jenaer Glas has been highly prized by collectors in Europe and America. True to its Bauhaus design roots, today’s Jenaer Glas is still simple and elegant.

The finest in German glassware, Jenaer Glas is both collectible and practical. Beautiful enough to proudly display, yet affordable enough to use everyday.

Generations have loved and handed down Jenaer Glass pieces. Now, they’ve bee discovered by a whole new generation of collectors!

Add a distinctive touch to your table – with Jenaer Glass.

Jenaer Glas
Wagenfeld Glass Teapot
About Fortessa Tableware Solutions, LLC

Fortessa Tableware Solutions, LLC. is a leading designer, developer, and marketer of quality tableware for high-end restaurants and hotels globally, as well as for the luxury consumer market.









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Wall Street Journal

Designer Ilse Crawford on the Power of Dimmers and 'The Shining' 10/31/14, via Wall Street Journal

The things I treasure most in my home are: my collection of William Wagenfeld glass teapots from the Bauhaus period, and my Skruf drinking glasses by Ingegerd Raman, who used to be creative director of Orrefors. Each one is slightly different in your

Scout Magazine (blog)

DINER | On Bauhaus, The Upcoming Gastown Eatery With The Great Chef & Terrible ... 04/25/15, via Scout Magazine (blog)

and given the whole a brick-heavy, Mid-Century Modern look and feel. This is weird considering how Bauhaus is its very own (and strikingly different) design movement/school. Perhaps that's premature. Maybe they'll have Brandt teapots, Wagenfeld

Bauhaus exhibition opens in Berlin

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7AvMzsPwvz4

AP Television Berlin, 29th July 2009 1. Medium shot of model of the Bauhaus building, built in 1926 in Dessau 2. Wide shot exhibition room designed after the.

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Collab: Four Decades of Giving Modern and Contemporary Design At The Philadelphia Museum Of Art - 07/16/15, via CBS Philly

Philadelphia Museum of Art, Gift of Collab: The Group for Modern and Contemporary Design at the Philadelphia Museum of Art, 2000. See R & R for copyright Teapot, Lid, and Infuser from a Tea Service 1930-31 Designed by Wilhelm Wagenfeld, Made by Jena ...

Steep Thoughts - 04/03/05, via New York Times

Goldfish teapot, $135. At Shanghai Tang, 714 Madison Ave. 2. Wagenfeld teapot, $225. At Moss, 146 Greene Street. 3. Meissen Rich Court Dragon teapot, $581. 4. Herend Printemps teapot, $577. Both at Scully & Scully, 504 Park Avenue. 5. Teabowl teapot from ...

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  1. Wilhelm Wagenfeld. Teapot. 1932 | MoMA The Museum of Modern Art (MoMA) is a place that fuels creativity, ignites minds, and provides inspiration. Its extraordinary exhibitions and collection of modern and ...
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