Examples of Vintage WMF Cromargan Holloware
I own a set of vintage WMF Cromargan (stainless steel) flatware in their LINE pattern, which I began purchasing in the 1960s and which is considered "mid-century modern" in style.  To accompany this flatware, I have been acquiring WMF Cromargan holloware of the same vintage, illustrated below.  Some is considered mid-century modern, while other pieces are quintessentially Bauhaus.

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All measurement in inches.

Salt and Pepper Shakers, with underplate.
Note that these sets came in two sizes:  in the smaller set, the shakers (with cap) are 2 inches high, while in the large sets they are 2-1/2 inches high.  They also came in two editions:  the originals ca. 1952-3, with the reproductions currently on sale.  The originals have WMF backstamps only on the metal parts, while the reproductions also have WMF on the bottoms of the glass shakers.
WMF No. 06 2600 6038:  "Double Marmalade"

A pair of glass bowls with acrylic spoons, hinged Cromargan lids, and a Cromargan underplate.
WMF No. 2607:  Senftopf (Mustard Pot)

Cromargan base, handle, and lid with an acrylic spoon.  The bowls came in either glass or acrylic.

Sugar Bowl and Creamer, with underplate

Oval Serving Dish
Measures 11-7/8 x 7-1/4 x 1-1/4

Round Lidded Casserole
Bowl measures 10-1/2 x 8-1/8 x 2-1/2; lid measures 10-3/4 x 7-3/4 x 1-1/8

Square Lidded Serving Bowl
Bowl measures 8-1/2 x 8-1/2 x 2-1/8; with lid, height is 4 inches.