The Hagenauer Workshop gradually expanded their inventory in the 1920s to include many "niche" products. Primarily, many art objects of everyday life were unveiled by the Workshop. While the pointed leaves with individual grape bunches are typical motifs for Dagobert Peche, this design was found, interestingly enough, on a design sketch that probably came from Karl Hagenauer. The sketch can also be found in the manufacturer’s sale catalog from 1928.
Attibuted to HAGENAUER - a diminutive, patinated bronze, monkey-motif lamp Captivating - excellent design and execution. (New shade) Circa 1930
Werkstätten Hagenauer, dancer Vienna, brass, carved precious wood, mounted on round base (nickel plated brass); on the underside marked: WHW in a circle, ATELIER HAGENAUER WIEN and MADE IN VIENNA AUSTRIA; height 23.2 cm. (MP).