Glammed up home goods from Viennese Secession designer Josef Hoffman. Living from 1870 to 1956 he dressed up living rooms from Vladivostok in the east to Calais in the west. Contemporary and friend of Koloman Moser. Also part of the Wiener Werkstätte.

Bicciere (glass). 1920.
Bicciere (glass). 1920. Collection of the Brooklyn Museum. Cc license 3.0. via https://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/File:Josef_hoffmann_(austria),_bicchiere,_1920_ca.,_vetro_02.JPG
Brass centerpiece. 1925.
Brass centerpiece. 1925. Collection of the Cincinnati Art Museum. Cc0 license 3.0. via https://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/File:Joseph_hoffmann_per_wiener_werkst%C3%A4tte,_centrotavola_aufsatz,_ottone,_1925_ca.jpg.
Cigarette urns. 1928-29.
Cigarette urns. 1928-29. Enameled copper. Collaboration with Max Snischek for the Wiener Werkstätte. Collection of the Cincinnati Art Museum. Cc0 License 3.0. via https://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/File:Joseph_hoffmann_e_max_snischek_per_wiener_werkst%C3%A4tte,_urne_per_sigarette,_in_rame_smaltato,_1928-29.jpg.
Coffee pot. ca. 1930.
Coffee pot. ca. 1930. Gilded porcelain. Viennese Porcelain Manufactury, manufacturer. Collection of the Wolfsonian-FIU Museum. Cc License 1.0. via https://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/File:Coffee_pot,_c._1930,_Viennese_Porcelain_Manufactury,_gilded_porcelain.JPG
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