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Albert Mayer

During the latter years of the 19th century and the years leading up to 1914, the head of the WMF Art Studio in Geislingen was the sculptor Albert Mayer, who not only designed many of the company’s products during this period, but was also probably responsible for the design of a majority of the WMF catalogue covers.

Albert Mayer’s penchant for the incorporation of willowy female figures and Mucha-like female profiles with billowing hair into the design of household objects is much in evidence throughout the 1906 Catalogue as is his uncompromising reliance on full-blown Jugendstil floral ornament and forms.
    table centerpiece - young woman with hands in hair   cm 35 x 17 x h 22,5     table centerpiece - young woman with hands in hair   cm 38 x 37 x 26     Claret Jug  - 190   cm h 41     candlestick - Eiffel   cm 28     double-flames candelabra - Eiffel (without flowers)   cm 30     three-flames candelabra - Eiffel   cm h 33     four-flames candelabra - Eiffel (without flowers)   cm h 29,5     double-flames candelabra -  Eiffel   cm h 29,5     five-flames candelabra   cm h 46     candlestick   cm h 24     candlestick - woman 169/4   cm h 30,5     candlestick - woman 169a/4   cm h 30,5     candlestick - sitting woman holding a bouquet of flowers   cm h 24,5     candlestick - sitting woman holding a bouquet of flowers   cm h 24,5     jewelry holder tray - fairy   cm 16 x h 7     jewelry stand tray - fairy hand holding and caressing a bird   cm 22 x 29 x h 21     jewelry holder tray - lady with mirror and peacock   cm 21,5 x 10 View All...