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Marianne Brandt, 1924

Marianne Brandt's tea extract jug from 1924 is one of the most important Bauhaus icons. Only a few original examples from the Bauhaus metal workshop are known today and all are in the possession of the museum. These specimens, designed by Marianne Brandt, all differ slightly in shape and have a value of over EUR 250,000. A special design feature is the typical, cross-shaped foot section. Today's licensed version of the tea extract jug is made by Tecnolumen as a collector's edition in silver-plated brass. The tea extract jug is also available in 925 sterling silver on request.

Design: Marianne Brandt, 1924

MBEK 24 SI: silver plated brass, black lacquered wood

MBEK 24 Sterling Silber: sterling silver 925/1000, ebony



MBEK 24 Sterling Silber

Marianne Brandt

1893 – 1983
Marianne Brandt

Marianne Brandt’s unique talent was soon picked up by László Moholy-Nagy. Inspired by him, Brandt undertook her studies in the male-dominated field of metalworking, where she was more successful than many of her classmates.

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