Large Bogler Jar
Storage jars by Bogler.
Theodor Bogler (1897–1968) was a potter. Like some of the Bauhaus masters with a stronger craftsmanship background, in the dialogue between tradition and avant-garde design he was a mediator, as expressed in this kitchen set. Bogler designed it in 1923 in the Weimar Bauhaus for the model home "Am Horn", which was furnished by all the workshops in the college. The basic geometric elements of pin, cone, hemisphere and cylinder originated from the interplay of forces on the potter’s wheel, but were so well conceived that they could be manufactured in serial production.
Replicas for Manufactum. From the original source.
The jars are "poured" with the same technology as the originals from the Bauhaus Museum, fired at 980 °C, glazed and fired again at 1060 °C. The imprint is done with silkscreen, followed by a third firing at 800 °C. We have relocated the manufacture of our replicas from Bavaria to Brandenburg, to Marwitz and the HB (Hedwig Bollhagen) workshops for ceramics, where Bogler himself was active for a long time. All vessels are made of stoneware, in a glossy, cream-colored glaze, without cracks. The lids are loosely laid on.
Article Number 43828
Imprinted (in German) with Coffee.
Imprinted (in German) with Sugar.
Imprinted (in German) with Rice.
Imprinted (in German) with Flour.
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