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Arts and Craft Yellow Flower Vase in Irregular Shape by Hilma Persson Hjelm

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Introducing a very rare and adorable Arts and Craft Yellow Flower Vase in Irregular Shape by Hilma Persson Hjelm, Sweden. It embodies the essence of timeless elegance and. a perfect blend of artistic tradition and design. This vase is not only a functional piece of art but a collector's dream, ideal for those who appreciate the finesse of handcrafted ceramics. Add a touch of Hilma Persson Hjelm's artistry to your collection and let this vase be a conversation starter and a cherished heirloom. Hilma Maria Persson was born in Hagaberg Rackstad outside Arvika on September 24, 1877. In the last years of the 19th century and until 1907, Hilma studied at the Technical School in Stockholm. During her studies in Stockholm and to support herself, Hilma worked at Rörstrand's Porcelain Factory. After completing her education in 1907, Hilma moved back to Rackstad where she started her own ceramics workshop. In the summer of 1909, she married Rolf Charles Hjelm and during that year also had some assignments for St. Erik's Clay Goods Factories in Uppsala. Some of Hilma's items from St. Erik were shown at the Stockholm Exhibition in 1909. Hilma's production mainly consisted of Art Nouveau-inspired bowls, plates, and other utensils, often true works of art decorated with insects and foliage in bold relief. Hilma participated in several exhibitions, including in Stockholm in 1909, Arvika in 1911, Malmö in 1914, and Karlstad in 1925. She also participated in a group exhibition in San Francisco in 1914. Hilma died in Arvika on November 19, 1953. Her items were signed "HP".
  • Dimensions:
    Height: 4.73 in (12 cm)Diameter: 5.52 in (14 cm)
  • Style:
    Arts and Crafts (Of the Period)
  • Materials and Techniques:
  • Place of Origin:
  • Period:
    1910-1919
  • Date of Manufacture:
    1914
  • Condition:
    Wear consistent with age and use. Some signs of wear from use..
  • Seller Location:
    Stockholm, SE
  • Reference Number:
    1stDibs: LU3817138135762
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