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Stig Lindberg and Carl-Harry Stålhane

Collection of Studio Vases

Gustavsberg, Rörstrand, Sweden, ca. 1950


STIG LINDBERG (Swedish, 1916-1982) and CARL-HARRY STÅLHANE (Swedish, 1920-1990)

Collection of Studio Vases, Sweden, ca. 1950

Glazed stoneware

From Left to Right:
1. 9" H x 2.5" Dia.
2. 11" H x 4" Dia.
3. 16" H x 13.5" Dia.
4. 12.5" H x 5.5" W x 4" Dia.
5. 26" H x 9" W x 8" D 
6. 19.5" H x 11" Dia.
7. 9" H x 5" W x 3.5" D
8. 14" H x 13" Dia.
9. 8.5" H 8.5" W x 6" D
10. 7" H x 4.5" Dia.

Stig Lindberg was a Swedish craftsman active during the "Golden Age" of the Swedish industrial arts.  Throughout his career, Lindberg was engaged in a multitude of industrial and personal projects across various media including plastic, clay, and paper. He is well known for his table services, which include the Berså, Spisa Ribb and Terma lines for Gustavsberg. He also designed art glass for Kosta Boda and Holmegaard and textiles for Nordiska Kompaniet.  

Carl-Harry Stålhane was a prominent Swedish ceramist of international acclaim for the unique hand-built stoneware and industrial tableware that he produced throughout the 20th century. Stålhane enjoyed a 40-year career at Rörstrand Potteries and established his own workshop, Designhuset, where he created experimental ceramics from 1973 onwards. 

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