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CLARFELD & SPRINGMEYER

Clarfeld & Springmeyer were the second largest cutlery manufacturers in Germany before the First World War. The firm was founded in 1858 by the businessman Fritz Clarfeld and the engraver Heinrich Springmeyer. They made cutlery in nickel silver, alpacca and paktong, and, from the 1890s, in silvered metal.
Henry van de Velde (MOD. 3000) Clarfeld & Springmeyer: Henry van de Velde (MOD. 3000)
Joseph Maria Olbrich (MOD. 2000) Clarfeld & Springmeyer: Henry van de Velde (MOD. 3000)
and Ernst Riegel worked as flatware designers for Clarfeld & Springmeyer.
In 1931 the name of the firm was restyled to Clarfeld & Co. K.G.

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