The decoration has been taken from a tumbler painted by the famous glass painter Anton Kothgasser. The original is dated around 1815. The motif is painted with finest handcraft using enamel technique on a classic Biedermeier tumbler shape.
Anton Kothgasser (1769-1851), formerly a painter at the Vienna Porcelain Factory in Austria, opened a studio about 1813 that produced finely painted glass beakers, mostly intended as smart choice for glass collector .
Tumbler with spider's web gold rim and two flies,
Dia 69mm x H 104mm
Lobmeyr began in 1823 when Josef Lobmeyr, an Austrian from a glass-cutting family business, first opened a small glassware shop in Weihburggasse, Vienna. The shop began by selling exquisite works produced by the most important Bohemian glass manufacturers of the day. Now in its 6th generation, the brand’s success lies not only in a genuine love of glass but also their passion to contemporary interpretation.
The input of invited designers has always formed a big part of Lobmeyr’s development, starting from the collaboration with well-known architects Josef Hoffmann and Adolf Loos in the early 20th century to jewelry designer Ted Muehling today. All of them understand the spirit of Lobmeyr and fulfill the needs for those who seek the finest quality and craftsmanship. You can still find Lobmeyr design all over the world including MoMA in New York, V&A Museum in London and MAK in Vienna.
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