Marguérite Wildenhain - Friedländer voor het Kruikje -Kanan - Marguérite Wildenhain - Friedländer for the Jug jug (1)

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Marguérite Wildenhain - Friedländer voor het Kruikje -Kanan - Marguérite Wildenhain - Friedländer for the Jug jug (1)
Netherlands - 1920-1949 - Earthenware

Marguérite Wildenhain - Friedländer for the Kruikje -kan 1933-1940, Putten - The Netherlands
A beautiful and rare glazed jug made by Marguérite Wildenhain - Friedländer.
The jug has 2 chips, see photos.
Jug is signed with a blind mark of "het Kruikje" and a mark MADE IN HOLLAND.
This Jug is made in Putten Netherlands. Marguérite Wildenhain - Friedländer has worked for The "Bauhaus" Berlin and that is reflected in her work.
Jug is 25 cm high, from ear to end of belly 21 cm belly size plus minus 53 cm..
The outside of the bowl is cream/grey glazed.
Beautiful museum piece of earthenware which is very rare.


Bauhaus-Pottery
Walter Gropius , founder and head of the Weimar Bauhaus, established the pottery workshop of his art school in Dornburg in 1920.
The existence of a traditional ceramic workshop with the potter Max Krehan who was willing to be head of the training spoke for this site outside Weimar.
In addition there was an empty building available, the Marstall – property of the country. Gerhard Marcks was appointed to become the design master.

The history of the Bauhaus Pottery only lasted almost five years. However, during this period a new aesthetics for ceramic vessels

Their training here: Theodor Bogler, Otto Lindig, Marguerite Friedlaender, Werner Burri, Johannes Driesch, Franz Rudolf Wildenhain.

Lot details
No. of items
1
Object
Marguérite Wildenhain - Friedländer for the Jug jug
Material
Earthenware
Designer/ Artist
Marguérite Wildenhain - Friedländer voor het Kruikje -Kanan
Estimated Period
1920-1949
Country of Origin
Netherlands
Condition
Good condition - used with small signs of aging & blemishes
Dimensions
25×16×25 cm
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