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Wilhelm Wagenfeld

Wilhelm Wagenfeld, born in Bremen in 1900, studied at the Kunstgewerbeschule and after he started his apprenditiceship as a silveremith. In 1923 he was a student at the metal work laboratory of the Bauhaus, ran by Moholy-Nagy, Wagenfeld become assistent in 1926 and teacher in 1929. In the ensuing years he began to work in industry: the Jenaer Glaswerke, the Vereinigte Lausitze Glaswerke, and the Rosenthal porcelain factory. After the war, Wagenfeld moved to Berlin where he taught industrial design, first at the Leibruitz Academy and then at the Fine Arts School. Wagenfeld, well known a "the modern craftsman", managed to fit in with the industrial system. Not surprisingly, his name is closely linked to Bauhaus in Weimar, an astonishing incubator of pioneering experimentation and applied arts.

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Wilhelm Wagenfeld - Lamp Shade

Wilhelm Wagenfeld - Lamp Shade - Steelclassic.com
£57.20

Wilhelm Wagenfeld - Lamp Shade

Wilhelm Wagenfeld - Lamp Shade - Steelclassic.com
£57.20
Shade for Wagenfeld table lamp 1924. Applicable to both glass and metal base version.

Wilhelm Wagenfeld - Lamp Shade

Wilhelm Wagenfeld - Lamp Shade - Steelclassic.com
£67.76

Wilhelm Wagenfeld - Lamp Shade

Wilhelm Wagenfeld - Lamp Shade - Steelclassic.com
£67.76
Shade for Wagenfeld table lamp 1924. Applicable to both glass and metal base version.

Wilhelm Wagenfeld - Table lamp 1924

Wilhelm Wagenfeld Table lamp
£166.32
Base in ground glass. Stem in tubular glass with chrome-plated rod inside. Shade in milky-white glass blown on a wooden mould. Maximum recommended bulb is 60W.

Wilhelm Wagenfeld - Table lamp, 1924 metal

Wilhelm Wagenfeld - Table lamp, 1924 metal
£175.12
Table lamp with base is in metal and chromed fittings. Stem in chromed metal. Shade in blown opaline glass. Max recommended 60w.

Wilhelm Wagenfeld - Table lamp, Germany 1900

Wilhelm Wagenfeld - Table lamp, Germany 1900
£373.12
Table lamp with base in cut glass and chrome fittings. Stem of tubular glass. Shade in blown opaline glass. Max recommended 60w.

Wilhelm Wagenfeld - Table lamp, Germany 1926

Wilhelm Wagenfeld - Table lamp, Germany 1926
£324.72
Base in ground glass. Stem in tubular glass with chrome-plated rod inside. Shade in milky-white glass blown on a wooden mould. Maximum recommended bulb is 60W.