Otto Prutscher
Designed in the 1930s

The jug is crossed by a network of curved lines, between which bulges rise. 12 humps, hammered out in precision work and finely polished, act like convex mirrors and reflect the shapes and colors of the environment in slightly distorted images. In this design, Otto Prutscher alludes to the humped jugs and humped tankards of the Baroque era. Even then, their effective mirroring was popular and a sign of the highest silversmith's art. Reissued from an original drawing in the archives.

Available in 925/000 sterling silver, polished and gold plated inside

H 250mm

 10,080.00 incl. Tax

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