Table mirror Franz Hagenauer ca. 1960

SKU 989

Art deco table mirror, design Franz Hagenauer, Werkstatte Hagenauer Vienna, ca. 1960, brass nickel-plated, unique piece, marked

  • Height: 45cm, Width: 33cm, Depth: 10cm
  • 1960 to 1965
    Technique: brass nickel-plated, chiseled, original mirror glass
    Provenance: Property from an Important American Collection

    marked with “wHw” in the circle, “HAGENAUER/WIEN”, “MADE IN/AUSTRIA”, “Handmade”

    14.500,00 VAT inclusive
    SKU 989

    Franz Hagenauer most probably designed this rare table mirror specifically for the American market. The stand is adorned with a stylized skyline, with skyscrapers on the left and right side, like a Manhattan street canyon, opening the view far upwards. The silhouette with its jagged and stepped elements can be interpreted as an hommage to New York’s Chrysler Building. Like no other skyscraper from the 1930s, this iconic building with its Art déco façade has become the epitome of modern American architecture.
    Unmistakably in the style of American Art déco, this unique piece has found its way back to Europe from an important American private collection. With its focus on Werkstatte Hagenauer in the assortment, Kunsthandel Nikolaus Kolhammer is particularly proud to offer this beautiful table mirror.


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    Table mirror Franz Hagenauer Werkstatte Hagenauer Vienna ca. 1960 brass nickel-plated unique piece marked
    Table mirror Franz Hagenauer ca. 1960
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