A metal salt and pepper holder designed in the fifties by the Viennese artist Walter Bosse. He founded Bosse-Keramik, later known as Terra in 1938 and was known for production of gift objects, animal figurines and grotesques. Probably his most known object is the hedgehog ashtray that was wastly copied and Bosse spent his later part of life engaging in court battles. He is considered to be key figure relating to modern copyright law for designer goods. The figurine is in a good original condition, sometimes it is sold as bronze, it is probably alloy of bronze and brass.
|Dimensions:||9.5 × 9.5 × 7 cm
(W × H × D)
|Condition:||In original condition|