WILKENS Margeriten Cutlery Pattern
Heinrich Vogeler was a German painter, graphic artist, architect, designer, teacher and writer. By the turn of the century Vogeler had developed into one of the most important representatives of German Jugendstil. As a member of the artist colony Worpswede, Heinrich Vogeler shaped the progressive artistic movement at the beginning of the last century. In particular, his work as a graphic artist and designer won him national and international acclaim.
The WILKENS Margeriten cutlery design in sterling silver reflects the stylized concept of nature, which is characteristic of the ornamentation of the era and still today blends subtle function with understated elegance. Geometrically arranged blossoms outgrow an abstracted stalk, which seems to grow from the top of the cutlery piece. Flowing transitions precisely crafted characterize this masterly design.
The oxidised / polished surface emphasizes the beautiful floral motifs on the WILKENS Margeriten cutlery.
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