A modernist flower stand made up of a series of four glass shelves and a continuous tubular frame, designed to display plants and flowers in a beautiful composition. This piece is a wonderful example of avant-garde 1930’s tubular furniture. It’s design is inspired by Emile Guyot work for Thonet and was most likely produced by UP Brno (in their metal workshop in Kyjov, Czechoslovakia). Overall the flower stand is in good vintage condition. There is some light wear and tear in some parts of the steel frame.
1930’s Bauhaus Tubular Flower Stand
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A modernist flower stand made up of a series of four glass shelves and a continuous tubular frame, designed to display plants and flowers in a beautiful composition.
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|Dimensions||105 × 36 × 99 cm|
1113, 19, 1043, 1103
|Location of item||Czech Republic|
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