Jenaer glass - Teapot - Wilhelm Wagenfeld edition
Each piece is unique. The famous tea service, created by Wilhelm Wagenfeld in 1931, brings the Bauhaus-inspired design to the point and makes tea enjoyment a sensual experience.
"Form follows function" - the usage value comes first. The design is straightforward and therefore absolutely timeless. The almost organic forms made of heat-resistant borosilicate glass are all blown.
The leaf can unfold visibly in the teapot. The cup rests harmoniously in the hand. For stylish tea pleasure at the highest level.
The shape of this versatile vessel is derived from the original designs by Wilhelm Wagenfeld, who created the teapot in classical Bauhaus Design in 1923.