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Gustavsberg

The Gustavsberg porcelain factory was, for many decades, the largest ceramics maker in Sweden and home to some of the most innovative and ingenious makers of the past century. The company, founded in 1825, mass-produced a wide range of products: first decorative household items and tableware in the English style and later bathroom fixtures, including the first pressed-steel bathtubs that would oust heavy cast iron. But of first interest to collectors are the remarkable decorative works created in the Gustavsberg art pottery studio, in particular those by master ceramists Wilhelm Kåge, Berndt Friberg and Stig Lindberg

Gustavsberg began producing some individually crafted, highly decorated and richly glazed pieces in the 1860s. While the forms of their mass-produced vessels and plates derived from English, Continental and Asian styles, a select few painters won acclaim for their personal artistry. Gunnar Wennerberg became known for his work in the organic Art Nouveau style, and Josef Ekberg, the company’s design chief from 1908 to 1917, was revered for his expert use of iridescent lusterware glazes and the sgraffito technique, in which a decorative pattern is incised in the surface of a clay pot before it is glazed and fired. 

It was not until Ekberg’s successor, Wilhelm Kåge, opened Gustavsberg’s first dedicated art pottery studio that the work became widely recognized. Kåge’s “Argenta” series, which encompasses a variety of vessels coated with an oxidized green glaze and decorated in silver motifs, remains popular. Though perhaps his most striking works are his “Surrea” vases — white bisque porcelain in off-kilter forms inspired by Cubist paintings — and his “Farsta” wares, which include totemic, spindly footed stoneware vases and bowls with textured surfaces, glazed in brown, green and blue.

Kåge’s finest protégés, Berndt Friberg and Stig Lindberg, took over from Kåge as Gustavsberg’s design directors in 1945. Friberg was a master potter. He threw elegant, simple, symmetrical vases and bowls painstakingly coated in layer after layer of matte glazing to achieve a classic striated effect known as “rabbit’s fur.” Lindberg’s highly collectible studio ceramics fall into two principal categories: The first is made of white porcelain pieces in round, biomorphic or stylized natural forms. The second includes weightier vases — many with textured bodies and applied decorations — glazed in deep, earthy colors. As you will see from the works on these pages, Gustavsberg was a bastion of creativity and precise artistry that turned out a remarkable range of works whose style still resonates with lovers of Scandinavian design.

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Creator: Gustavsberg
Mid-Century Scandinavian Stig Lindberg Reptil Matte White Vase
By Gustavsberg, Stig Lindberg
Located in San Diego, CA
Stig Lindberg for Gustavsberg Reptil ceramic matte white vase. It retains the original labels on the bottom.
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1950s Swedish Scandinavian Modern Vintage Gustavsberg

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Ceramic

Unique Scandinavian Modern Ceramic Vase by Josef Ekberg for Gustavsberg
By Josef Ekberg, Gustavsberg
Located in New York, NY
Unique Scandinavian Modern hand thrown and painted ceramic vase by Josef Ekberg for Gustavsberg, Sweden. The vase depicts a boat carved as a serpents body at sea. Circa 1930. Meas...
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Early 20th Century Scandinavian Scandinavian Modern Gustavsberg

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Ceramic

Art Deco Gustavsberg Sgraffito Vase Josef Ekberg
By Josef Ekberg, Gustavsberg
Located in Langserud, SE
Art Deco Sgraffito vase decorated with a floral motif, by Josef Ekberg for Gustavsberg. Sgraffito is a way of combining two layers into a pattern, the second layer is scraped of and...
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1920s Swedish Art Deco Vintage Gustavsberg

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Ceramic

Stig Lindberg, Organic Vases, Stoneware, Gustavsberg, Sweden, 1950s
By Gustavsberg, Stig Lindberg
Located in West Palm Beach, FL
A collection of vases and a bowl. Designed by Stig Lindberg, 1950s. Produced by Gustavsberg.
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1950s Swedish Mid-Century Modern Vintage Gustavsberg

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Stoneware

Josef Ekberg Large Lustreware Ceramic Bowl for Gustavsberg, Sweden, 1929
By Josef Ekberg, Gustavsberg
Located in Maastricht, NL
A large ceramic lustreware bowl by Josef Ekberg for Gustavsberg. The bowl has a gilt edge and is decorated with a seaweed and lobster motif. Signed by Ekberg and Gustavsberg, with t...
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1920s Swedish Scandinavian Modern Vintage Gustavsberg

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Ceramic

Sven Jonson, Table Lamp, Blue-Glazed Stoneware, Gustavsberg, Sweden, 1950s
By Gustavsberg, Sven Jonson
Located in West Palm Beach, FL
A blue-glazed stoneware table lamp designed by Sven Jonson, produced by Gustavsberg, Sweden, c. 1950s-1960s. Sold without lampshade. Measurements listed are of lamp itself. Me...
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1950s Swedish Mid-Century Modern Vintage Gustavsberg

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Stoneware

Berndt Friberg Small Vase / Sculpture, Grey-Glazed Stoneware, Gustavsberg, 1960s
By Berndt Friberg, Gustavsberg
Located in West Palm Beach, FL
An organically shaped small ceramic stoneware vase / sculpture by Berndt Friberg for the iconic Swedish firm Gustavsberg. Signed. Other ceramicists of the period include Berndt Fr...
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1960s Swedish Mid-Century Modern Vintage Gustavsberg

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Stoneware

6 Tea Cups, Stig Lindberg, Gustavsberg, Sweden, Prunus - Blue Plums - 1950s
By Stig Lindberg, Gustavsberg
Located in Stockholm, SE
6 tea cups and saucers in porcelain in the very famous pattern Prunus designed by Stig Lindberg at Gustavsberg. The saucers are 14,8 cm in diameter and the cups are 10 cm in diameter...
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Mid-20th Century Swedish Scandinavian Modern Gustavsberg

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Porcelain

Pair of Vintage 1950s Scandinavian Skohg Sterling Paintings on Swedish Stones
By Borje Skohg, Gustavsberg
Located in Hyattsville, MD
Wonderful pair of rare studio craft Scandinavian collectibles.
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1950s Swedish Scandinavian Modern Vintage Gustavsberg

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Stone

Stig Lindberg Shin Red Ceramic Lamp for Gustavsberg, Sweden
By Gustavsberg, Stig Lindberg
Located in New York, NY
A shiny red glazed ceramic lamp by Swedish artist and ceramicist Stig Lindberg for Gustavsberg. The lamp consist of two ceramic parts, a polished brass stem which holds a new double ...
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Mid-20th Century Scandinavian Scandinavian Modern Gustavsberg

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Brass

19th Century Pair of Vases Art Nouveau Gustavsberg, Sweden
By Gustavsberg
Located in Langserud, SE
Wonderful pair of Art Nouveau vases. Manufactured at Gustavsberg Porcelain Factory in 1887 Sweden. The both shows signs of the typical Art Nouveau expressions in flowers and birds....
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1880s Swedish Art Nouveau Antique Gustavsberg

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Ceramic

Stoneware Vase by Stig Lindberg, Gustavsberg, Sweden, 1960s
By Gustavsberg, Stig Lindberg
Located in Stockholm, SE
Stoneware vase by Stig Lindberg, in a small, onion shaped form. Blue glaze with subtle stripes, brown around the mouth.
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1960s Swedish Scandinavian Modern Vintage Gustavsberg

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Stoneware

Stoneware Vase by Berndt Friberg, Gustavsberg, Sweden, 1950s
By Berndt Friberg, Gustavsberg
Located in Stockholm, SE
Oversized stoneware vase by Berndt Friberg, in a beautiful round form with a tapering neck. Brown hare’s fur glaze blending into pale blue. Berndt Friberg was a Swedish ceramicist...
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1950s Swedish Scandinavian Modern Vintage Gustavsberg

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Stoneware

Berndt Friberg, Vase, Glazed Stoneware, Gustavsberg, 1960s
By Berndt Friberg, Gustavsberg
Located in West Palm Beach, FL
A vase, from the Selecta series. Features the hare’s fur glaze iconic to Fribergs production. Designed by Berndt Friberg for the Swedish firm Gustavsberg. Other ceramicists of th...
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1960s Swedish Mid-Century Modern Vintage Gustavsberg

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Stoneware

Berndt Friberg Vase, Brown Glazed Stoneware, Gustavsberg, 1960s
By Gustavsberg, Berndt Friberg
Located in West Palm Beach, FL
An organically shaped sizable ceramic stoneware vase by Berndt Friberg for the iconic Swedish firm Gustavsberg. Signed. Other ceramicists of the period include Berndt Friberg, Axe...
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1960s Swedish Mid-Century Modern Vintage Gustavsberg

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Stoneware

Midcentury Gustavsberg Ceramic Bowl "Surrea" Wilhelm Kåge, Sweden, 1950s
By Gustavsberg, Wilhelm Kage
Located in Langserud, SE
This abstract matt white stoneware bowl model was named Surrea (surreal) and designed by Wilhelm Kåge in the 1950s and manufactured at Gustavsberg, Sweden. Not signed in bottom, s...
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1950s Swedish Mid-Century Modern Vintage Gustavsberg

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Stoneware

Stoneware vase by Berndt Friberg, Gustavsberg, Sweden, 1960s
By Berndt Friberg, Gustavsberg
Located in Stockholm, SE
Beautiful stoneware vase by Berndt Friberg in a plump design. Vibrant “Aniara” glaze in bright blue with a meandering pattern in different hues. Berndt Friberg was a Swedish ceram...
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1960s Swedish Scandinavian Modern Vintage Gustavsberg

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Stoneware

Stoneware Vase by Stig Lindberg, Gustavsberg, Sweden, 1960s
By Stig Lindberg, Gustavsberg
Located in Stockholm, SE
Cute stoneware vase by Stig Lindberg, in a plump design. Decor of spheres around the mouth. Brown glaze in lighter and darker hues.
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1960s Swedish Scandinavian Modern Vintage Gustavsberg

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Stoneware

Art Nouveau Vase in Ceramics, Floral Turquoise & Blue - Scandinavian Vintage
By Gustavsberg, Josef Ekberg
Located in Stockholm, SE
A ceramic vas in lovely art nouveau style by Josef Ekberg at Gustavsberg in 1921. The vase is 21.5 cm high and in very good condition except from some minor marks.
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Early 20th Century Swedish Art Nouveau Gustavsberg

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Ceramic

Miniature Stoneware Vase by Anders B. Liljefors, Gustavsberg, Sweden, 1950s
By Gustavsberg, Anders Bruno Liljefors
Located in Stockholm, SE
Miniature stoneware vase by Anders B. Liljefors, in a plump form with a structured surface. Partially glazed in rust and brown nuances. Anders B. Liljefors was a Swedish ceramicis...
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1950s Swedish Scandinavian Modern Vintage Gustavsberg

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Stoneware

Large Planter in Art Nouveau Ekberg, Floral Turquoise & Blue Scandinavian 1911
By Josef Ekberg, Gustavsberg
Located in Stockholm, SE
A large planter in porcelain in lovely art nouveau style designed by Josef Ekberg at Gustavsberg in 1911. The planter is 29 cm high and 34 cm in diameter. It is in very good conditio...
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Early 20th Century Swedish Art Nouveau Gustavsberg

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Ceramic

Wilhem Kage for Gustavsberg Art Deco Emerald Green Silver Inlay 6 Piece Pottery
By Wilhelm Kage, Gustavsberg
Located in Keego Harbor, MI
For your consideration is this 6pc set of Wilhem Kage for Gustavsberg Art Deco Emerald Green Silver inlay ceramics. Dimensions: Bowl: 7.5" diam x 1.75"h Coasters: 3.5" diam x .25"h C...
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20th Century Gustavsberg

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Pottery

Vintage Gustavsberg Argenta Swedish Vase in Green and Silver
By Wilhelm Kage, Gustavsberg
Located in Los Angeles, CA
A vintage Scandinavian vase commemorating a Swedish warship built between 1626 and 1628 from the Gustavsberg Porcelain Factory of Sweden. The Art Deco style vase is part of the compa...
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Mid-20th Century Swedish Art Deco Gustavsberg

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Silver

Stoneware "Farsta" Vase by Wilhelm Kåge, Gustavsberg, Sweden, 1940s
By Wilhelm Kage, Gustavsberg
Located in Stockholm, SE
Striking “Farsta” vase by Wilhelm Kåge, in an imaginative design with a roll-neck mouth that cascades over the edge. Brown body with an embossed pattern of dots, glaze in dark red, g...
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1940s Swedish Scandinavian Modern Vintage Gustavsberg

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Stoneware

Stoneware Vase by Berndt Friberg for Gustavsberg, Sweden, 1960s
By Gustavsberg, Berndt Friberg
Located in Stockholm, SE
Stoneware vase by Berndt Friberg, in a stately shape with a sharp finish to the body where it transitions to the nozzle. Rich blue hare’s fur glaze.
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1960s Swedish Scandinavian Modern Vintage Gustavsberg

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Ceramic

Stig Lindberg, Vase, Glazed Stoneware, Gustavsberg, Sweden, 1960s
By Gustavsberg, Stig Lindberg
Located in West Palm Beach, FL
A brown and white, glazed stoneware vase designed by Stig Lindberg and produced by Gustavsberg, 1960s.
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1960s Swedish Mid-Century Modern Vintage Gustavsberg

Materials

Stoneware

Karin Björquist, Small Table Lamp, Ceramic, Rattan, Gustavsberg, Sweden, 1950s
By Gustavsberg, Karin Björquist
Located in West Palm Beach, FL
A table lamp mounted atop a small vase. Designed by Karin Björquist for Gustavsberg. Sweden, c. 1950s-1960s. Stated dimensions exclude lampshade. Height includes socket. Upon requ...
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1950s Swedish Mid-Century Modern Vintage Gustavsberg

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Brass

Midcentury Vinyl Rack Design Sven-Eric Juhlin for Gustavsberg, Sweden, 1970s
By Gustavsberg
Located in Praha, CZ
- Very practical - For vinyls, books or magazines - Marked - Rare type - Rack, stand - Space Age style.
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1970s Swedish Mid-Century Modern Vintage Gustavsberg

Materials

Plastic

Lisa Larson Phoenix 'Fenix' Series, Trio of Fingal, Gottfrid and Tekla
By Gustavsberg
Located in Frome, GB
This trio of sweetly adorable and hand-decorated bird sculptures is by leading Swedish ceramicist and designer Lisa Larson (b. 1931 - ) designed in the early 1990s. Originally design...
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1990s Swedish Scandinavian Modern Gustavsberg

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Ceramic, Stoneware

Stig Lindberg, Table Lamp, Red Ceramic, Gustavsberg, Sweden, 1950s
By Gustavsberg, Stig Lindberg
Located in West Palm Beach, FL
A table lamp or desk lamp designed by Stig Lindberg. Produced by Gustavsberg. With makers stamp Stated dimensions exclude lampshade. Height includes socket. Sold without lampshade...
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1950s Swedish Mid-Century Modern Vintage Gustavsberg

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Ceramic

Large Argenta Platter Wilhelm Kåge for Gustavsberg
By Wilhelm Kage, Gustavsberg
Located in Hudson, NY
17.75" diameter plater silver mermaid holding basket applied on green glazed stoneware signed on the butom.
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1930s Swedish Scandinavian Modern Vintage Gustavsberg

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Stoneware

"Mermaid and Nautilus," Tall, Elaborate Art Deco Vase by Gustavsberg
By Gustavsberg
Located in Philadelphia, PA
Finished in tooled silver and a brilliant green-turquoise glaze, this unusually tall Argenta vase by Gustavsberg depicts a mermaid emerging from a nautilus shell, reaching for a larg...
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1940s Swedish Art Deco Vintage Gustavsberg

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Porcelain

Large Argenta W. Kage for Gustavsberg Art Deco Pottery Bowl with Applied Silver
By Gustavsberg
Located in Hamilton, Ontario
This large turquoise or 'argenta' Art Deco pottery bowl was done by Wilheim Kage for Gustavsberg of Sweden in approximately 1939. The bowl is done with scrolled handles and a pedesta...
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Early 20th Century Swedish Art Deco Gustavsberg

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Silver

Scandinavian Modern Carrara Vase by Wilhelm Kåge for Gustavsberg, Sweden
By Wilhelm Kage, Gustavsberg
Located in Stockholm, SE
Graceful round vase designed by Wilhelm Kåge, manufactured at Gustavsberg in Sweden during the 1940s. Made from white Carrara glaze with gold-colored leave pattern. Model number 1042...
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1950s Swedish Scandinavian Modern Vintage Gustavsberg

Materials

Stoneware

Pair of Gustavsberg Ceramic Vases with Silver Overlay Stig Lindberg, Grazia
By Stig Lindberg, Gustavsberg
Located in Langserud, SE
White ceramic vases with silver overlay. Wonderful design from one of Sweden great Stig Lindberg. The vases are in good condition. Small loss of silver on the top. Marked on t...
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1940s Swedish Mid-Century Modern Vintage Gustavsberg

Materials

Ceramic

Art Deco "Argenta" Vase by Wilhelm Kåge for Gustavsberg, Sweden
By Gustavsberg, Wilhelm Kage
Located in Stockholm, SE
Scandinavian Modern Wilhelm Kåge "Argenta" Vase in stoneware and inlays in silver for Gustavsberg, Sweden. This beautiful piece is part of the Wilhelm Kages (Kåge) Argenta series, pr...
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1930s Swedish Scandinavian Modern Vintage Gustavsberg

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Silver

Stoneware "Farsta" Bowl by Wilhelm Kåge, Gustavsberg, Sweden, 1940s
By Wilhelm Kage, Gustavsberg
Located in Stockholm, SE
Lovely stoneware bowl by Wilhelm Kåge, in a small, sensitive form. Unglazed outside and inside in vibrant, glossy blue. “Farsta” stoneware is recognized as being the best and most...
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1940s Swedish Scandinavian Modern Vintage Gustavsberg

Materials

Stoneware

Stig Lindberg, Table Lamp, Glazed Stoneware, Gustavsberg, Sweden, 1950s
By Gustavsberg, Stig Lindberg
Located in West Palm Beach, FL
A glazed stoneware table lamp designed by Stig Lindberg and produced by Gustavsberg, Sweden, c. 1950s. Sold without lampshade. Dimensions of Lamp (inches) : 12.4 x 4.6 x 3.6 (H ...
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1950s Swedish Mid-Century Modern Vintage Gustavsberg

Materials

Stoneware

Pair of Gustavsberg ‘Argenta’ Green Glazed Vases by Wilhelm Kåge
By Wilhelm Kage, Gustavsberg
Located in Toronto, ON
A spectacular pair of Gustavsberg Argenta vases by Wilhelm Kåge, circa 1940. The Argenta series, which encompasses vessels coated in an oxidized green glaze, and ornately decorated i...
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Mid-20th Century Swedish Gustavsberg

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Silver

Margareta Hennix for Gustavsberg, Pair of Swedish Stoneware Wall Lights
By Margareta Hennix, Gustavsberg
Located in Philadelphia, PA
Each single candleholder, against a scrolled cartouche-shaped backplate, dark craquelure celadon glaze throughout. Signed on the reverse: M Hennix Gustavsberg Sweden.
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Late 20th Century Swedish Scandinavian Modern Gustavsberg

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Ceramic, Stoneware

Stig Lindberg, Decorative Dish, Glazed Stoneware, Gustavsberg, Sweden, 1960s
By Gustavsberg, Stig Lindberg
Located in West Palm Beach, FL
A brown, glazed stoneware decorative dish designed by Stig Lindberg and produced by Gustavsberg, Sweden, 1960s.
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1960s Swedish Mid-Century Modern Vintage Gustavsberg

Materials

Stoneware

Green Josef Ekberg Art Deco Wall Pocket Vase from Gustavsberg of Sweden
By Gustavsberg, Josef Ekberg
Located in Los Angeles, CA
A Josef Ekberg (1877-1945) Art Deco wall pocket vase from the Gustavsberg Porcelain Factory of Sweden, produced during the second quarter of the 20th century. The lobed vessel fans o...
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20th Century Swedish Art Deco Gustavsberg

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Ceramic

Swedish Modern Reptile Satin White Ceramic Bowl Stig Lindberg Gustavsberg 1950s
By Gustavsberg, Stig Lindberg
Located in Miami, FL
Stig Lindbergh for Gustavsberg, Sweden, His REPTILE Series (1953-1963) #264 large size leaf shaped vessel bowl in white satin glaze with texture design on inside of vessel. Measures...
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1950s Swedish Scandinavian Modern Vintage Gustavsberg

Materials

Ceramic, Pottery

Gustavsberg Argenta Sweden by Wilhelm Kage 1930s Art Deco
By Gustavsberg
Located in New York, NY
1930s Art Deco Gustavsberg Argenta Sweden by Wilhelm Kage. Ceramic Dish with Sterling Silver Overlay.
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Early 20th Century Swedish Art Deco Gustavsberg

Materials

Sterling Silver

Wilhelm Kåge "Surrea" Mid Century Vases Produced by Gustavsberg Sweden, 1940s
By Gustavsberg, Wilhelm Kage
Located in Stockholm, SE
Rare pair of mid century "Surrea" ceramic vases designed by Wilhelm Kåge for Gustavsbergs Sweden produced in the 1940s. In good vintage and original condition with small signs of age...
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1940s Swedish Scandinavian Modern Vintage Gustavsberg

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Ceramic, Stoneware

Wilhelm Kåge for Gustavsberg, "Argenta Series," Ceramic Vase Sweden circa 1930s
By Gustavsberg, Wilhelm Kage
Located in New York, NY
This beautiful piece is part of the artist's Argenta Series, which he produced for the Gustavsberg Factory in 1917, and which first won him major success. The series includes everyth...
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1930s Swedish Art Deco Vintage Gustavsberg

Materials

Silver

Stoneware Vase by Berndt Friberg, Gustavsberg, Sweden, 1950s
By Berndt Friberg, Gustavsberg
Located in Stockholm, SE
Elegant stoneware vase by Berndt Friberg. Sleek, curved form with rich brown hare’s fur glaze. Berndt Friberg was a Swedish ceramicist, renowned for his stoneware vases and vessel...
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1950s Swedish Scandinavian Modern Vintage Gustavsberg

Materials

Stoneware

Pair of Gustavsberg Argenta Sweden By Wilhelm Kage 1930s Art Deco
By Gustavsberg
Located in New York, NY
Pair of Art Deco 1930s Gustavsberg Argenta Sweden by Wilhelm Kage Vase or Vessel. Ceramic with Sterling Silver Overlay. All Markings on bottom. Excellent Condition.
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Early 20th Century Swedish Art Deco Gustavsberg

Materials

Sterling Silver

Stoneware Vase by Anders B. Liljefors, Gustavsberg, Sweden, 1950s
By Gustavsberg, Anders Bruno Liljefors
Located in Stockholm, SE
Beautiful stoneware vase by Anders B. Liljefors, in a sleek form with a structured surface. Decor of etched stars and symbols that give the vase a mystical expression. Anders B. L...
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1950s Swedish Scandinavian Modern Vintage Gustavsberg

Materials

Stoneware

Swedish Ceramic Bowl by Bengt Berglund, 1960s
By Bengt Berglund, Gustavsberg
Located in Stockholm, SE
Unique organic shaped bowl hand made by Bengt Berglund at Gustavsberg during the 1960s. Decorative ceramic made from stoneware partially glazed on the outside, the inside is glazed i...
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Mid-20th Century Swedish Scandinavian Modern Gustavsberg

Materials

Ceramic, Stoneware

Stoneware Vase by Berndt Friberg, Gustavsberg, Sweden, 1950s
By Gustavsberg, Berndt Friberg
Located in Stockholm, SE
Beautiful stoneware vase by Berndt Friberg, in classic, plump form. Dark blue and brown hare’s fur glaze blending into each other over the body. Berndt Friberg was a Swedish ceram...
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1950s Scandinavian Modern Vintage Gustavsberg

Materials

Stoneware

Stig Lindberg, Fajans, Gustavsberg, Plate
By Gustavsberg, Stig Lindberg
Located in MAASTRICHT, LI
Product description: This faience earthenware piece was designed by Stig Lindberg for Gustavsberg. His faience pieces are decorated by a total of 36 different painters, this particu...
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Mid-20th Century Swedish Gustavsberg

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Earthenware, Faience

Stoneware Vase by Berndt Friberg, Gustavsberg, Sweden, 1950s
By Gustavsberg, Berndt Friberg
Located in Stockholm, SE
Stoneware vase by Berndt Friberg, in an elegant, classic form. Amazing blue glaze, sky blue around the neck, with brown streaks. Berndt Friberg was a Swedish ceramicist, renowned ...
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1950s Swedish Scandinavian Modern Vintage Gustavsberg

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Stoneware

Hand Painted Vase with Lily of the Valley Motif
By Sven Jonson, Gustavsberg
Located in Minneapolis, MN
Designed by Sven Jonson for Gustavsberg, of Sweden. From "Lagun" series. 1950's. Heavyweight sunset blue glaze with raised floral details in pewter/earth tones. Professional, ski...
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1950s Swedish Scandinavian Modern Vintage Gustavsberg

Materials

Porcelain

Vintage Scandinavian Stoneware Vase, Berndt Friberg, Gustavsberg, Sweden, 1950s
By Berndt Friberg, Gustavsberg
Located in Stockholm, SE
Beautiful stoneware vase by Berndt Friberg, in an elegant apple form. Hare’s fur glaze in nuances of blue. Berndt Friberg was a Swedish ceramicist, renowned for his stoneware vase...
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1950s Swedish Scandinavian Modern Vintage Gustavsberg

Materials

Stoneware

Josef Ekberg Polychrome Sgraffito Ceramic Vase for Gustavsberg, 1910
By Josef Ekberg, Gustavsberg
Located in Maastricht, NL
A polychrome sgraffito ceramic vase by Josef Ekberg for Gustavsberg. Signed by Ekberg with the year of production (1910).
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1910s Swedish Art Nouveau Vintage Gustavsberg

Materials

Ceramic

Scandinavian Coffee Table by Stig Lindberg & David Rosén for Nordiska Kompaniet
By NK (Nordiska Kompaniet), David Rosén, Gustavsberg, Stig Lindberg
Located in Karlstad, SE
Coffee table in oak and enamel by Stig Lindberg and David Rosén for Nordiska Kompaniet, 1960s. Beautiful coffee table with an enamel table top designed by Stig Lindberg for Gustavs...
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20th Century Swedish Mid-Century Modern Gustavsberg

Materials

Enamel

Amalia Sculpture by Lisa Larson for Gustavsberg 1960s
By Gustavsberg
Located in Benalmadena, ES
Wonderful stoneware sculpture by the great Swedish ceramist Lisa Larson, Amalia belongs to the Abc - Flickor series created in the 1950s. Lisa Larson's ABC Girls (Swedish for “ABC-fl...
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Mid-20th Century Swedish Gustavsberg

Materials

Ceramic

Gustavsberg furniture for sale on 1stDibs

The Gustavsberg furniture is available for sale on 1stDibs. These distinctive objects are often made of ceramics and are designed with extraordinary care. There are many options in our Gustavsberg collection of furniture, although gray editions of this piece are particularly popular. There are 239 vintage versions of these items in stock, while there is 0 modern edition to choose from as well. Many of Gustavsberg's original furniture was created in Scandinavian modern style during the 20th century. If you’re looking for additional options, many customers also consider furniture by Gunnar Nylund, Carl-Harry Stålhane and Stig Lindberg. The prices for Gustavsberg furniture can vary depending upon size, time period and other attributes. The price for these items starts at $175 and tops out at $29,831, while pieces like these can sell for $1,727 on average.

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