Ca. 1920, Bremen, Duitsland
Maker's mark : M.H. Wilkens, Bremen
Crescent and crown : Guarantee mark Germany
800 : Standard mark silver 800/000
Design Heinrich Vogeler, ca. 1902.
Pattern 'Herbstzeitlose', pattern number 138.
Heinrich Vogeler (1872-1942) was an all-round artist and member of the artists settlement in Worpswede. The house in which he lived is nowadays the Heinrich Vogeler Museum.
Literature: Reinhard Sänger, Das Deutsche Silber Besteck, page 232-246, nr. 138. (see picture 10 and 11)
Length 22,8 cm. Width 6 cm.
Weight 101 grams
The spoon is of high quality, partly gold-plated and engraved by hand.
It has hardly signs of use and is in perfect condition.
Will be packed with care and sent registered, insured and tracked.
|Member since:||July 18, 2014|
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good item and appropriate to it a packaging!
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Good item and fantastic packaging
Very well packed, nice note inside with some information.
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