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Silber aus Heilbronn für die Welt. P. Bruckmann & Söhne (1805–1973)

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Translated title Silver from Heilbronn for the World. P. Bruckmann & Sons (1805–1973)
Curators

Reinhard Sänger, Joachim Hennze.

Imprint

Heilbronn, Germany, 2001. 237 pp., illustrations: 26 col., 455 b&w, 27 × 22.4 cm. German.

ISBN

3930811901

Location

Städtische Museen Heilbronn (11 May–9 September 2002)

Description

Exemplary pieces from the largest and most important silverware factory in Germany during this period. Includes a set of table lamps designed by Friedrich Adler, and images of Adler’s earlier Judaica pieces, featured in the 1911 exhibition “Ausstellung kirchlicher Kunst Schwabens” [Exhibition of Swabian Ecclesiastical Art]. These works are shown on p. 108 and briefly mentioned on pp. 109 and 135. Descriptive entries. Circa 210 items.

main keywords

ADLER, FRIEDRICHCEREMONIAL OBJECTSHEILBRONNSILVER, HEILBRONNSILVERSMITHING, GERMANYTORAH ORNAMENTS

minor keywords

BesamimElijah’s cupEtrog containersGermanyKeter TorahPesach platesSynagogue candlesticksTass

Other venues

Bröhan Museum, Landesmuseum für Jugendstil, Art Deco und Funktionalismus (1889–1939), Berlin, Germany (February–May 2002); Deutsches Klingenmuseum, Solingen, Germany (February–April 2003)

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