This Bauhaus teapot and set is a collaborative work of Theodor Bogler and Otto Lindig. The “Combination Teapot” (Kombinationsteekaane) designed by Bogler in 1923, was based on the “combination” principle, whereby various cast components were assembled into different models. This particular teapot was made by Otto Lindig, along with the sugar bowl and creamer that Lindig designed between 1923 and 1926, in the Bauhaus Ceramic Workshop in Dornburg/Saale.
Theodor Bogler (German, 1897-1968)
Otto Lindig (German, 1895-1966)
Combination Teapot Set ca. 1923-1926
glazed ceramic, metal
7.3 x 8.5 x 6.25″ (teapot)