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author: Wilhelm Wagenfeld, (1900 Bremen - 1990 Stuttgart) / title: Jenaer Glas / object: tea pot / material: teapot with lid and filter hand-blown from Borosilicate Jenaer glass / dishwasher safe / heat resistant up to 450 °C / 1.5 liters / 14,5 x 28 x 16,8 cm / 549g //

text: the brand Jena glass stands since 1918 for refractory use glass / the specialty of Jena, the borosilicate glass is temperature-resistant, insensitive to sudden changes in temperature, both pressed and blown / due to the material properties of the products of Jena glass it’s offering a wide scope of applications / 1931 for the company Schott & Genossen designed, this tableware is traditionally made hand-blown ??in the Jena glass works / the used, special borosilicate glass was developed in Jena in 1891 / it is temperature resistant, invulnerable to chemicals and extremely robust against mechanical influences / even today this tableware is for design connoisseurs a coveted Collectible / the Museum of Modern Art in New York recognizes the teapot as a "monument of industrial design" / in expressive Bauhaus tradition, the tableware combines aesthetic pleasure with practical use value / of course, all parts are dishwasher safe / awarded with the "monument of industrial design" //


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