You can find on the desk of Walter Gropius a solid-brass egg. Still located in the study of the German architect's former house in Lincoln, the double desk is one of the first and most well-known Bauhaus students. The work was created by Marcel Breuer and is accompanied by lamps designed by Marianne Brandt, various artifacts, and a small egg made in 1952.
The items, varying from wall hooks to bookends are stored in Vienna, along with Auböck egg. The piece adds curves to any surface, standing on stacks of books and layering with warm wood colors and sculptures.
According to Toby Ziff, the demand for artisan objects is increasing. The photographer sold his vintage findings as Two Poems. The prices for Ziff's mix range from £50 to £3,000. Among the items are candle holders, ceramic boxes, and sculptures made in wood or marble. In addition, this month, his Hackney studio will be opened for by-appointment viewings.
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