6 Beautiful crystal wine glasses, designed in 1927 by goldsmith and designer Jan Eisenloeffel (1876-1957). He was asked by the Kristalunie to design a glass set, which would be named after him. The cut glasses have a chalice of twelve wide facets, underneath two rows with pyramid sharps, which sparkle like diamonds in the light.
Johannes Wigboldus (Jan) Eisenloeffel (Amsterdam, January 10th 1876 – Amsterdam September 17th 1957) was a Dutch goldsmith, interior designer, jewellery designer, draughtsman, enameller, silversmith, ceramist, academy director, stained-glass artist, ceramic designer and book cover designer.
Works of his can be found in various museums, including the most famous museum in the Netherlands, The Rijksmuseum in Amsterdam
The glasses will be carefully packaged and shipped by registered mail.
- Nombre d’articles
- Magnifique bel ensemble de verres à vin c1927
- Jan Eisenloeffel
- Kristalunie Maastricht
- Model 'Eisenloeffel'
- Art déco
- Période estimée
- Pays d’origine
- Comme neuf, inutilisé
- 14.2×8.4×8.4 cm
- 220 g