WMF Ikora Metall

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WMF Ikora Metall

This publication draws on sales catalogues and advertising brochures documenting the entire range of Ikora metalwork produced by WMF (Wuerttembergische Metallwarenfabrik AG, Geislingen) from the early 1920s until the 1960s.

Even during the first world war, Hugo Debach, who would later become director-general of WMF, took the initiative in having experiments conducted in chemical and thermal tinting of metals. Shortly before 1927 he founded the Neue Kunstgewerbliche Abteilung (NKA: New Division for the Applied Arts) at WMF for upgrading metals. The brilliant colours and the boundless possibilities for design arising from this new technique met with resounding success at the time. Now pieces of Ikora metalwork by WMF are coveted and valuable collector's items.

WMF Ikora Metalwork
264 pages
color and b&w photos
1,628 kg
English & German/Deutsch

art books
New (sealed)  
30,5 cm x 23,5 cm  
€ 19,50  

WMF Ikora Metall

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