These rare pair of enamel buckles were designed by Carl Otto Czeschka circa 1909, in original case. Czeschka’s monogram appears on the top left corner of one of the buckles.
They are decorated in white and grey enamel with grapevine work and two Bacchanalian figures transporting a large bunch of grapes.
Though unmarked, this design was likely executed for the Wiener Werkstätte and two drawings by Czeschka for these buckles are in the collection of the Museum for Applies Arts (MAK) in Vienna. (see images)
Size: 1 5/8 x 3 3/8
Condition: Normal wear for its age. One buckles (with the two men) has a dent in the enamel on the top right corner.
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