The first commercial product of Bauhaus alumni, Wilhelm Wagenfeld — his famous opal glass lamp, conceived c.1923-24 and still in manufacture...

Karle J JUCKER et Wilhem WAGENFELD The first commercial product of Bauhaus alumni, Wilhelm Wagenfeld — his famous opal glass lamp, conceived and still in manufacture today.

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Ding bowl with phoenixes amid camellia scrolls, Jin dynasty, China, late 12th century.

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Ding bowl with phoenixes amid camellia scrolls, Jin dynasty, China, late century.

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