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Wiener Silber Manufactur, the passion of silverware since 1882

Wiener Silber Manufactur, the passion of silverware since 1882

In Austria, Wiener Silber Manufactur cultivates its passion for silverware, since 1882, by surrounding itself with leading designers.

Wiener Silber Manufactur, the passion of silverware since 1882

No need to go all the way to Vienna, in Austria, to admire the silverwmith work of this manufacture that has been discretely operating since 138 years. After the presentation of its know-how at the Maison & Objet 2020 fair, its objects of desire, filled with tradition, and with an inclinaison for silverware, will be sold in France, enriched with new editions of classic models.

All the silverware collections of Wiener Silber Manufactur

With more than 11,000 orginal drawings dedicated to table settings, including the works of maestros such as Wiener Werkstätte, Otto Prutscher, Josef Hoffmann, Kolo Moser and Oswald Haerdt, Wiener Silber Manufactur is at the head of an artistic treasure. Timeless, it is an open invitation to rediscover the spirit of this romantic capital when it was the leading artistic and intellectual center in Europe.

Wiener Silber Manufactur 'mon truc en plumes"  sugar holder
In homage to former singer Zizi Jeanmaire, this sugar holder is named « Mon truc en plumes ». © Graig Dillon
Wiener Silber Manufactur vases Hearts
No doubt that for Valentine's Day, the Hearts vases of Ted Muehling will be highly coveted gifts. © Graig Dillon

Reinvented table settings

Flatware, sugar holders, vases, cups, napkin rings, tea or coffee sets, champagne or ice buckets, chandeliers and platters are now conceived in the styling offices of Ted Muehling, Charlotte Talbot or Tomas Alonso. Simplicity, functionality and elegance convey to the renewal of Viennese design an extra touch of soul and authenticity which you will soon adopt.

Wiener Silber Manufactur coupelle Ikra
For your gourmet events, the Ikra cupella bowl set will surely impress your guests. © Graig Dillon

In Austria, design is now at the table