By using visible rivets, Eisenloeffel intentionally made clear how the parts of this service were constructed. That he was mainly interested in emphasising the ‘idea’ of honest construction is evident from the fact that he also used rivets on silver items, for which they are entirely redundant.
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|Material and technique||Copper, glass, rattan|
Tea service > Glass service > Set > Tableware > Kitchen and household > Utensil
|Location||This object is in storage|
|Accession number||V 2565 a-k (KN&V)|
|Credits||Schenking / Donation: Rosemarie Willems 2007|
|Department||Applied Arts & Design|
|Age artist||Between 24 and 34 years old|
Hand Made - Long Live Craft (2013)
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