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Amber Glass and Wrought Iron Chandelier Candelabra by Erik Höglund Sweden
By Boda, Erik Höglund
Located in Stockholm, SE
This beautiful amber and clear art glass on wrought iron candelabra chandelier was designed by Erik Höglund for Boda Smide. Erik Höglund (1932–1998) was one of the brightest stars of...
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1960s Swedish Scandinavian Modern Vintage Boda Furniture

Materials

Wrought Iron

Bertil Vallien for Boda Glassworks, Iridescent Sandblast Art Glass Bowl, Unique
By Bertil Vallien, Boda
Located in Frome, GB
This striking handblown work of Swedish art glass design is by Bertil Vallien (b. 1938 - ), celebrated glass artist, sculptor, ceramist, and designer. Vallien's career in glass began...
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Mid-20th Century Swedish Scandinavian Modern Boda Furniture

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Art Glass, Blown Glass

Scandinavian Modern Vase "Cirrus" by Bertil Vallien, Boda 1970's
By Boda, Bertil Vallien
Located in Örebro, SE
Scandinavian Modern vase "Cirrus" by Bertil Vallien, Boda 1970's. Engraved "Boda B Vallien 47533". One of the most appreciated series, designed in 1973. It consists of objects with a...
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1970s Swedish Scandinavian Modern Vintage Boda Furniture

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Glass

Swedish glass book stands by Erik Höglund Boda, Sweden, 1960s
By Boda, Erik Höglund
Located in Eskilstuna, SE
Beautiful sculptural book stands designed by Erik Höglund. Produced by Swedish company Boda suring the 1960s. Made in frosted glass. Signed on bottom.
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Mid-20th Century Swedish Scandinavian Modern Boda Furniture

Materials

Glass

Swedish glass book stands by Erik Höglund Boda, Sweden, 1960s
By Boda, Erik Höglund
Located in Eskilstuna, SE
Beautiful sculptural book stands designed by Erik Höglund. Produced by Swedish company Boda suring the 1960s. Made in frosted glass. Signed on bottom.
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Mid-20th Century Swedish Scandinavian Modern Boda Furniture

Materials

Glass

Swedish glass book stands by Erik Höglund Boda, Sweden, 1960s
By Boda, Erik Höglund
Located in Eskilstuna, SE
Beautiful sculptural book stands designed by Erik Höglund. Produced by Swedish company Boda suring the 1960s. Made in frosted glass. Signed on bottom.
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Mid-20th Century Swedish Scandinavian Modern Boda Furniture

Materials

Glass

A footed bowl by Bertil Vallien for Boda with controlled bubble decor
By Boda, Bertil Vallien
Located in Aachen, DE
A nice footed bowl with a great decor of regularly arranged bubbles, pierced into the first glass layer, then carefully mottled with glass powder before being cased with another laye...
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Late 20th Century Swedish Mid-Century Modern Boda Furniture

Materials

Glass, Art Glass, Blown Glass

3 Red & Blue Glass Vases - Boda Sweden - Erik Höglund - 1960s Midcentury Modern
By Erik Höglund, Boda
Located in Stockholm, SE
Three glassvases designed by Erik Höglund at Boda, Sweden. The red vase is 13.5 cm high and 15 cm in diameter, the highest blue vase is 21.5 cm high and 11 cm in diameter, the other ...
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Mid-20th Century Swedish Scandinavian Modern Boda Furniture

Materials

Glass

Bertil Vallien Atelje Very Rare Glass Vase, Sweden, 1970s
By Bertil Vallien, Boda
Located in Bochum, NRW
Very rare Bertil Vallien Atelje glass vase, Sweden, 1970s Early vase designed by Bertil Vallien and made at the Boda factory in the 1970s. The vase is squared shape, with beautiful l...
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1970s Swedish Mid-Century Modern Vintage Boda Furniture

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Art Glass

Scandinavian Modern Blue Glass Vase by Erik Höglund for Boda, Sweden 1960's
By Boda, Erik Höglund
Located in Grythyttan, SE
Dive into the understated charm of this mesmerizing blue glass vase crafted by the skilled hands of artist Erik Höglund for Boda glassworks. The shimmering blue glass, with its playful dance of tiny bubbles, creates an ambiance of delicate beauty. This handcrafted vase, hailing from the creative zenith of 1960s Sweden, unveils the artistry of Erik Höglund. At a stately 26 cm in height and with a width of ø 16cm, this vase not only echoes Höglund's refined design but also attests to the quality of Boda glassworks. The signature H 1199/255 is discreetly placed beneath the vase serves as a quiet testament to its origin and its place in the era of artistic ingenuity spanning from 1960 to 1969. Whether nestled among a collection or commanding attention as a focal point in your space, this Erik Höglund vase...
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1960s Scandinavian Modern Vintage Boda Furniture

Materials

Blown Glass

Table mirror by Erik Höglund, Sweden, 1950s
By Boda, Erik Höglund
Located in Stockholm, SE
Table mirror in pine designed by Erik Hoglund, produced by Boda Trä, Sweden, 1950s.
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1950s Swedish Scandinavian Modern Vintage Boda Furniture

Materials

Pine

Art glass and wrought iron chandelier by Erik Höglund for Boda, Sweden
By Erik Höglund, Boda
Located in Steenwijk, NL
This beautiful blue and clear art glass on wrought iron candelabra chandelier was designed by Erik Höglund for Boda Glasbruk & Smid...
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1960s Swedish Mid-Century Modern Vintage Boda Furniture

Materials

Wrought Iron

Erik Hoglund Mid Century Modern Figural Glass People Decanter Stopper Signed
By Erik Höglund, Boda
Located in Atlanta, GA
A vintage, mid twentieth century clear glass decanter by Erik Hoglund for Boda. This figural decanter from the iconic People Series features a face in the stopper and two arms with fingers clasped around the body of the decanter. From the Mother Sweden...
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Mid-20th Century Swedish Mid-Century Modern Boda Furniture

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Blown Glass, Glass

Clear Glass miniature "People" Decanter by Erik Höglund, Boda, Sweden, 1950s
By Erik Höglund, Boda
Located in Hägersten, SE
"People" decanter designed by Erik Höglund. Rare small size. produced by Boda during the 1950s. Made from hand blown clear glass. Good vintage condition with age related wear and pat...
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1950s Swedish Scandinavian Modern Vintage Boda Furniture

Materials

Blown Glass

Lion glass relief by Erik Höglund for Boda glasbruk, Sweden, 1960s
By Boda, Erik Höglund
Located in Eskilstuna, SE
Glass sculpture of a lion mounted on a rustic steel frame. Erik Höglund designed this piece for Boda glasbruk in the middle of the 20th century. Partly worn surface on frame. Glass...
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Mid-20th Century Swedish Scandinavian Modern Boda Furniture

Materials

Metal

Mid-century modern signed art glass bowl in a bright blue. Erik Höglund Boda.
By Erik Höglund, Boda
Located in Skarpnäck, SE
A fantastic and rare glass bowl made and signed by Erik Höglund, the master of architectural glass, a part of Swedish Modern Abstract Art Glass from th...
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1970s Swedish Mid-Century Modern Vintage Boda Furniture

Materials

Art Glass

Hanging Candelabra by Erik Hoglund Produced by Boda, Sweden
By Boda, Erik Höglund
Located in Saint Leonards-on-sea, England
Wrought iron hanging candelabra for Boda. Second half of the 20th century. Six candles - six arms wrought iron chandelier candelabra De...
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Mid-20th Century Swedish Mid-Century Modern Boda Furniture

Materials

Iron, Wrought Iron

Small Figural Glass Decanter by Erik Hoglund for Boda Glassworks
By Boda, Erik Höglund
Located in San Diego, CA
A super rare small figural glass decanter by Erik Hoglund for Boda Glassworks of Sweden, circa 1960s. The decanter is in very good condition with the exception of a small chip on the...
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Mid-20th Century Swedish Scandinavian Modern Boda Furniture

Materials

Glass

Erik Hoglund Hanging Candelabrum / Candelabra / Chandelier. Blown Glass, Iron
By Erik Höglund, Boda
Located in Kansas City, MO
Erik / Eric Hoglund hanging candelabra / candelabrum / pendent / chandelier. Blown glass and wrought iron. Includes four original drop down extensions. This is an excellent example o...
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1950s Swedish Mid-Century Modern Vintage Boda Furniture

Materials

Wrought Iron

Art Glass Chandelier by Erik Hoglund for Boda, Sweden, 1960s
By Erik Höglund, Boda
Located in Rīga, LV
Vintage art glass chandelier designed by Erik Höglund for Boda in the 1970s. Measurements: H (full / chandelier) 105 / 40 cm, D 46 cm.
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1970s Swedish Scandinavian Modern Vintage Boda Furniture

Materials

Metal

Set of 5 1950s Art Glass Pieces by Erik Hoglund for Boda, Sweden
By Boda, Erik Höglund
Located in London, GB
A Set of 5 Art Glass Pieces designed in 1950s by Erik Hoglund (1932-1998) for the iconic Swedish glass factory Boda. Measures: Rectangular pieces 11 cm wide x 9 cm deep x 3 cm high, circular pieces 7 cm diameter x 3 cm high. Erik Höglund was studied at Konstfack in Stockholm, first decorative painting with Fritz Sjöström, then sculpture with Robert Nilsson and finally graphic design 1951-1952 with Harald Sallberg. Recruited by Erik Rosén, he was an associate designer at the Boda glassworks from 1953 to 1973 and, during this period, transformed Swedish art glass production by introducing new ideas about the appearance of glass products.. While in Boda, he also worked with pine, wrought iron and furniture. Later he also collaborated with other glassworks, such as Pukeberg, Lindshammar and Studioglas Strömbergshyttan. In 1968 he founded the design company Backström & Höglund Design AB together with the glass artist Monica Backström, with the mission to design furniture, household utensils and utensils for the public environment. Höglund was also a member of Vet Hut AB, which was founded in 1971 by ten designers from the Boda glassworks, in addition to the usual work: Erik Höglund, Monica Backström, Ann Wolff...
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Mid-20th Century Swedish Mid-Century Modern Boda Furniture

Materials

Glass

Kosta Boda Lead Crystal Spirits Decanter 20th C
By Boda
Located in Big Flats, NY
A spirits decanter by Kosta Boda offers lead crystal vessel in faceted form with stopper, maker signed, 20th century Measures- 9.5''H x 5''W x 5''D. ...
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20th Century Boda Furniture

Materials

Crystal

Midcentury Candle Chandelier, Erik Höglund, Boda, Sweden, 1960s
By Boda, Erik Höglund
Located in Stockholm, SE
Stunning, oversized candle chandelier by Erik Höglund, made from wrought iron and glass. The long, rustic iron frame is adorned with different sized glass medallions that look like large rain drops on a bare tree. The biggest medallions are embossed with patterns of fish. Height 190 + 37 cm. Erik Höglund was one of Sweden’s foremost glass artists, whose innovative designs and glass making techniques revolutionized the scene of both art glass and serve ware in the 1950s. His bold and personal designs gave him and the glassworks Boda worldwide acclaim. Erik Höglund is considered the most influential Swedish glass artist of the 1950s and 1960s, alongside Ingeborg Lundin. Höglund was admitted to the prestigious school Konstfack at the age of 16, first studying to become an art teacher, but later changing to the sculptor’s line. He rebelled against many of what he considered to be conventional ideas at the school, and was almost expelled. His nonconformism would follow him through his career, aiding him in following his own path and repeatedly breaking new ground. Erik Höglund started working at Boda glassworks in 1953. At the time, Boda focused on producing high-quality serve ware in ethereal, cut-glass designs under the direction of Fritz Kallenberg. Höglund brought new perspectives and ideas, experimenting with the glass mass to give it a bubbly look and introducing colored glass and irregular finishes. These ideas were in direct opposition to the traditional ideas of what quality glass is, and Höglund was initially met with skepticism. He created rustic designs that allowed for everyday, multiple uses of glass, allowing it to be both functional and aesthetic. This down-to-earth idea appealed to both critics and collectors, although it took some years into the 1950s to win over the general public. In 1955, Erik Höglund’s glass was presented at the H55 Exhibition and one of his vases, whilst considered scandalous due to its suggestive decor, was purchased by the Swedish king. In 1957 he was awarded the Lunning Prize, its until then youngest awardee. Following that, his glass was exhibited in the Georg Jensen store on 5th Avenue in New York, making Erik Höglund and Boda world renowned. Erik Höglund was a master of all artistic trades. His glass murals were an important part of his artistic deed, leading to many assignments of public decorations, around Sweden in churches, schools, banks and other public places, as well as in the United States and Australia. In the early 1960s he also started working with wrought iron, making chandeliers and candelabras, combined with glass or unadorned, that became hugely popular. Boda opened its own smithy, Boda Smide, to satisfy the demand. Höglund also worked with wood, creating rustic and playful children’s furniture, candle holders and beds. Höglund left Boda in 1973 and worked with public assignments, often in collaboration with architects and his wife Ingrid Höglund. He continued to work with glass throughout the years for Pukeberg, Lindshammar and Strömbergshyttan glass works. He was was an incredibly productive artist, creating 150 public works from 1956 into the 1990s. Life cycles, sports and acrobatics, everyday life and family relationships were recurring sources of inspiration. Among his most notable work is the decoration of Johannelund Church in Linköping, which consisted of murals, glass sections, furnishing and the church silver...
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1960s Swedish Scandinavian Modern Vintage Boda Furniture

Materials

Wrought Iron

Midcentury Pine Table Mirror, Erik Höglund, Boda, Sweden, 1960s
By Boda, Erik Höglund
Located in Stockholm, SE
Table mirror by Erik Höglund, made from pine in a chunky design with smooth, appealing lines.
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1960s Swedish Scandinavian Modern Vintage Boda Furniture

Materials

Pine, Glass

Erik Höglund Figural Pig Decanter for Atelje Boda Sweden, 1970s
By Boda
Located in Esbjerg, DK
Humorous decanter with handle depicting a dog or pig. Studio-made in Hand-blown clear glass. Designed by Erik Höglund and manufactured by Boda in ...
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1970s Swedish Scandinavian Modern Vintage Boda Furniture

Materials

Blown Glass

Erik Hoglund Pair of Candle Holders, Blue and Clear Glass, Mid-Century, Sweden
By Boda, Erik Höglund
Located in Bochum, NRW
Pair of candle holders with clear and blue glass on a black iron body by Erik Hoglund for Boda, Sweden, 1960s. Base and top made of black painted metal. Body made of ribbed blue art...
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1950s Swedish Mid-Century Modern Vintage Boda Furniture

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Iron

Blue Glass Tray by Erik Höglund, Boda, Sweden
By Boda, Erik Höglund
Located in Goteborg, SE
Large hand blown glass tray by Erik Höglund, made at Boda glassworks. The tray is typical for Höglund's rustic style, with irregular bubbles in the glass. Höglund was bored by the pe...
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1950s Swedish Scandinavian Modern Vintage Boda Furniture

Materials

Glass

Rare Dressing Table with Mirror by Erik Höglund, Sweden, 1950s
By Boda, Erik Höglund
Located in Stockholm, SE
- Rare vanity / ladies desk, design Erik Hoglund, produced by Boda, 1950s - Solid pine - Restored, excellent vintage condition.       
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1950s Swedish Scandinavian Modern Vintage Boda Furniture

Materials

Pine

Chandelier in glass and iron by Erik Höglund for Boda glassworks, Sweden. 1960's
By Boda, Erik Höglund
Located in Goteborg, SE
Chandelier by the Swedish glass artist Erik Höglund for Boda Glassworks in iron and amber colored glas. This chandelier holds six candles. Extra extensions are included.
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1960s Swedish Scandinavian Modern Vintage Boda Furniture

Materials

Iron

Rare Erik Hoglund “Cirkus” Vase
By Boda, Erik Höglund
Located in Brooklyn, NY
Wheel-cut engraved glass with applied glass elements, produced by Boda, circa 1950s. Signed “Boda H 238/1151 E. Hoglund”. A nice and large example of Hoglund’s early Expressionist et...
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1950s Swedish Vintage Boda Furniture

Materials

Glass

Midcentury Large Candelabra in Glass and Brass Erik Höglund, 1960s Boda Sweden
By Erik Höglund, Boda
Located in Hillringsberg, SE
This large and not often found candelabra was manufactured at Boda and designed by Erik Höglund in Sweden during 1960-1970s. Art handmade glass working perfect with the brass parts ...
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1960s Swedish Mid-Century Modern Vintage Boda Furniture

Materials

Metal, Brass

Boda furniture for sale on 1stDibs.

Boda furniture are available for sale on 1stDibs. These distinctive items are frequently made of glass and are designed with extraordinary care. There are many options to choose from in our collection of Boda furniture, although gray editions of this piece are particularly popular. Many of the original furniture by Boda were created in the Scandinavian Modern style in sweden during the 20th century. If you’re looking for additional options, many customers also consider furniture by Arthur Andersson, Erich and Ingrid Triller, and Gullaskruf. Prices for Boda furniture can differ depending upon size, time period and other attributes — on 1stDibs, these items begin at $270 and can go as high as $27,446, while a piece like these, on average, fetch $1,185.

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