Bauhaus tea pot MBTK 24 SI

Marianne Brandt, 1924

This pot is a part of the tea and coffee set, designed in 1924. Only one complete set is known to exist. The tea pot, on the other hand, is in several museums, a.o. in the “Museum of Modern Art“, New York. They were very obliging in giving us a technical drawing, from which our reproduction was manufactured.

The tea pot is the part of the set, which most strictly follows the formal princip les of the Bauhaus school. Circle, globe and square are the basic forms of the con struction.

Since 1986 in the Shop of the Museum of Modern Art, New York.

Sterling silver 925/1000, ebony

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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