CERAMICS - Brand: Gustavsberg
Gustavsbergs porcelain factory is Sweden's oldest porcelain factory. It is located in Gustavsberg and has been in continuous operation since 1827.
Gustavsberg produces genuine art ceramics such as tableware and crafts.
Heinz Erret (1920-2003) for Gustavsberg, "Vit näckros , Södermanland", wall plaque in glazed ceramic with silver inlay in the form of flowers.
Lisa Larson for Gustavsberg. Stoneware figure from "Alle verdens børn" (All the Children of the World).
Wilhelm Kåge (1889-1960), Kåge Verkstad Gustavsberg, hand-glazed ceramic bowl with blue glaze.
Stig Lindberg for Gustavsberg, Sweden. Large "Grazia" ceramic vase with silver inlay in the shape of a standing woman.
Wilhelm Kåge for Gustavsberg. Four Argenta art deco vases in glazed ceramics. Beautiful glaze in shades of green.
Lisa Larson for Gustavsberg. Stoneware figure from "All the world's children." Boy with bucket.
Berndt Friberg (1899-1981) for Gustavsberg Studiohand. Large bowl in glazed ceramics. Beautiful glaze in shades of brown. Dated 1966.
Lisa Larson for Gustavsberg. Figure in glazed stoneware. Emil from Lønneberg. Late 20th century.
Britt-Louise Sundell (1928-2011) for Gustavsberg Studiohand. Bowl in partially glazed stoneware. Beautiful speckled glaze in deep blue shades. 1960s.
Sven Wejsfelt (1930-2009) for Gustavsberg. Unique Stim fish in glazed ceramics. Weever. 1980s.
Lisa Larson for Gustavsberg. Colossal and rare sculpture in glazed stoneware. Two dromedaries. 1990s.