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Kluk-Kluk decanter by Jacob E. Bang

Kluk-Kluk decanter by Jacob E. Bang

Kluk-Kluk decanter by Jacob E. Bang

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The Kluk-Kluk decanter draws its name from the noise it makes when liquid is poured, noise that is amplified by this bottle. Initially used only for schnapps, this bottle is very popular in Denmark, and over time, it was produced by Holmegaard in a myriad of shapes, sizes, and colors. The first Kluk-Kluk designed by Jacob Bang was produced in 1928 but Bang kept revisiting the piece. This model was probably designed in the late 1950s or early 1960s and retains its original label.

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Additional information

Designer/Artist

Maker

Design Period

1950-1959

Identifying Marks

Labeled by Maker

Country of Origin

Condition

Flawless. This vintage item is in its original state. It has no defects and no restorations

Material(s)

Color(s)

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Weight

775 g

Dimensions (H x W x D)

27 x 9 x 9 cm

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The Kluk-Kluk decanter draws its name from the noise it makes when liquid is poured, noise that is amplified by this bottle. Initially used only for schnapps, this bottle is very popular in Denmark, and over time, it was produced by Holmegaard in a myriad of shapes, sizes, and colors. The first Kluk-Kluk designed by Jacob Bang was produced in 1928 but Bang kept revisiting the piece. This model was probably designed in the late 1950s or early 1960s and retains its original label.

The Kluk-Kluk decanter draws its name from the noise it makes when liquid is poured, noise that is amplified by this bottle. Initially used only for schnapps, this bottle is very popular in Denmark, and over time, it was produced by Holmegaard in a myriad of shapes, sizes, and colors. The first Kluk-Kluk designed by Jacob Bang was produced in 1928 but Bang kept revisiting the piece. This model was probably designed in the late 1950s or early 1960s and retains its original label.

The Kluk-Kluk decanter draws its name from the noise it makes when liquid is poured, noise that is amplified by this bottle. Initially used only for schnapps, this bottle is very popular in Denmark, and over time, it was produced by Holmegaard in a myriad of shapes, sizes, and colors. The first Kluk-Kluk designed by Jacob Bang was produced in 1928 but Bang kept revisiting the piece. This model was probably designed in the late 1950s or early 1960s and retains its original label.

The Kluk-Kluk decanter draws its name from the noise it makes when liquid is poured, noise that is amplified by this bottle. Initially used only for schnapps, this bottle is very popular in Denmark, and over time, it was produced by Holmegaard in a myriad of shapes, sizes, and colors. The first Kluk-Kluk designed by Jacob Bang was produced in 1928 but Bang kept revisiting the piece. This model was probably designed in the late 1950s or early 1960s and retains its original label.

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