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Erik Höglund Serveware, Ceramics, Silver and Glass

Swedish, 1932-1998

Swedish glass master Erik Höglund reveled in unconventional techniques and practices — the Karlskrona native once drove glassblower Ruben Hjelm out of a studio at Boda after mixing potatoes into a crucible of molten glass to determine if he could generate bubbles in the finished object. Höglund always walked his own path, and his individuality and creative spirit defines the range of decorative objects, lighting fixtures and other works in glass that he created over the years.

Höglund was born in 1932 and studied drawing and sculpting at the Swedish School of Arts. Despite his limited experience with glass, Höglund joined Boda Glassworks when the manufacturer reached out to the school for the services of a young glass artist. He taught himself how to blow glass at night and found inspiration on travels through Europe as well as in his everyday life, creating sculptures that boasted exquisite color pairings and subdued, streamlined forms. He worked at Boda for 20 years.

The Swedish National Museum purchased Höglund’s early works for an exhibition of Swedish glass art, and in 1957, Höglund’s stunning and expressive objects and sculptures earned the Danish Lunning Prize — the highest honor for an up-and-coming Scandinavian artist. He garnered international acclaim and his colorful iron and glass candleholders, candelabras and vases went on display in New York City. His work is held in the collections of the Blekinge Museum, the National Museum of Stockholm and the Cooper Hewitt, Smithsonian Design Museum.

Höglund left Boda in 1973 to establish his own smithery. He returned to glass design in the subsequent years, when the legendary innovator created richly colored and provocative works for Pukeberg, Åhus, Nový Bor and other manufacturers.

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Creator: Erik Höglund
Erik Höglund, Pitcher, Glass, Sweden, 1960s
By Erik Höglund
Located in High Point, NC
A blown green glass pitcher designed by Erik Höglund and produced by Boda Glas, Sweden, c. 1960s
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1960s Swedish Scandinavian Modern Vintage Erik Höglund Serveware, Ceramics, Silver and Glass

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Glass

Square Art Glass / Serving Dish by Erik Höglund for Boda, Sweden 1960s
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Located in Barcelona, ES
Emblematic Erik Höglund design. Square blue art glass piece, with a bull depicted at the centre of glass. Could be used as a serving element, or decorative tabletop object, or standi...
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Mid-20th Century European Mid-Century Modern Erik Höglund Serveware, Ceramics, Silver and Glass

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Art Glass

Vintage Orange Glass Decanter by Erik Hoglund for Boda
By Erik Höglund
Located in Brooklyn, NY
A beautiful Swedish modern orange art glass decanter with stopper by Erik Hoglund for Boda (now known as Kosta Boda). A classic form designed by a master of the art glass craft and ...
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Mid-20th Century Scandinavian Modern Erik Höglund Serveware, Ceramics, Silver and Glass

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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 Erik Höglund Serveware, Ceramics, Silver and Glass

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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 Erik Höglund Serveware, Ceramics, Silver and Glass

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Blown Glass

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 Erik Höglund Serveware, Ceramics, Silver and Glass

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Blown Glass, 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 Erik Höglund Serveware, Ceramics, Silver and Glass

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Metal

Small Figural Glass Decanter by Erik Hoglund for Boda Glassworks
By Erik Höglund, Boda
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 Erik Höglund Serveware, Ceramics, Silver and Glass

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Glass

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 Erik Höglund Serveware, Ceramics, Silver and Glass

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Glass

Art Glass Vases by Erick Hoeglund for Vrigstad Glassworks ca. 1980s
By Erik Höglund
Located in Berghuelen, DE
Pair of rectangular art glass vases designed by Erick Hoeglund for Vrigstad Glassworks ca. 1980s. Clear glass with fused ribbons in red and blu...
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Late 20th Century Swedish Mid-Century Modern Erik Höglund Serveware, Ceramics, Silver and Glass

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Art Glass

Mid-Century Collection of Five Rare Red Vases by Erik Hoglund, Sweden, 1960s
By Erik Höglund, Kosta Boda
Located in Hillringsberg, SE
Collection of five rare red glass vases / vessels designed by Erik Höglund. Hand blown at Boda glass hut during the 1960s. They are all different sizes and shapes in very good to exc...
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1960s Swedish Scandinavian Modern Vintage Erik Höglund Serveware, Ceramics, Silver and Glass

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Art Glass

13 Scandinavian Modern Glass Pieces by Swedish Avant Garde Designer Erik Höglund
By Erik Höglund, Boda Nova
Located in Stockholm, SE
Scandinavian Modern 13 glass pieces by the Swedish Enfant Terrible Erik Höglund for Boda. Between 7-14 cm diameter. These pieces can be displayed as sculptures in a window or used as...
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1950s Swedish Scandinavian Modern Vintage Erik Höglund Serveware, Ceramics, Silver and Glass

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Art Glass

Midcentury Bowl on Foot by Erik Höglund, Boda, Sweden
By Erik Höglund
Located in Hillringsberg, SE
This blue bowl was made at Boda and designed by Erik Höglund in Sweden, 1960s. The bowls blue color gives the glass that wonderful art shine. Ver...
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1960s Swedish Mid-Century Modern Vintage Erik Höglund Serveware, Ceramics, Silver and Glass

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Art Glass

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 Erik Höglund Serveware, Ceramics, Silver and Glass

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Glass

Large Midcentury Bowl by Erik Höglund Boda, Sweden
By Erik Höglund
Located in Hillringsberg, SE
This large bowl was made at Boda and designed by Erik Höglund in Sweden, 1960s. The bottles light purple/grey/blue color gives the glass that wonderful art shine. It’s a large piece...
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1960s Swedish Mid-Century Modern Vintage Erik Höglund Serveware, Ceramics, Silver and Glass

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Art Glass

Vintage Swedish Footed Art Glass Vase by Erik Höglund, Boda
By Erik Höglund
Located in Atlanta, GA
Vintage Swedish Footed Orange Art Glass Vase by Erik Hoglund for Boda (1932 - 1998). Original foil label: "BODA, Sweden, Erik Hoglund." Engraved on bottom "H1671/220."
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20th Century Swedish Erik Höglund Serveware, Ceramics, Silver and Glass

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Blown Glass, Glass

Vintage Swedish Footed Glass Vase by Erik Höglund, Boda
By Erik Höglund
Located in Atlanta, GA
Vintage Swedish Footed Orange Art Glass Vase by Erik Hoglund for Boda (1932 - 1998). Engraved on bottom: "H 1671/193."
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20th Century Swedish Erik Höglund Serveware, Ceramics, Silver and Glass

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Blown Glass, Glass

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1960s Swedish Kosta Boda Teal Glass Trinket Dish Viking Ship by Erik Hoglund
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Erik Höglund serveware, ceramics, silver and glass for sale on 1stDibs.

Erik Höglund serveware, ceramics, silver and glass 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 Erik Höglund serveware, ceramics, silver and glass, although red editions of this piece are particularly popular. Many of the original serveware, ceramics, silver and glass by Erik Höglund were created in the mid-century modern style in sweden during the 20th century. If you’re looking for additional options, many customers also consider serveware, ceramics, silver and glass by Ewald Dahlskog, Nils Landberg, and Höganäs Keramik. Prices for Erik Höglund serveware, ceramics, silver and glass can differ depending upon size, time period and other attributes — on 1stDibs, these items begin at $97 and can go as high as $3,900, while a piece like these, on average, fetch $1,094.

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