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Erik Ekeberg

(Sweden, 1898-1960)
6 000 - 8 000 SEK
530 - 706 EUR
552 - 737 USD
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13 000 SEK
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Erik Ekeberg
(Sweden, 1898-1960)

& ESTRID ERICSON, a pewter and brass dish, Svenskt Tenn, Stockholm 1930.

Rectangular, brass lined. Maker's mark and D8. The mounted elastoline and plaster bonsai tree is a later addition probably by Estrid Ericson. Length 39 cm, height 9 cm.

Wear, loose elastoline branches included.


Kristina Wängberg-Eriksson, "Josef Frank - krigsträd i krigens skugga", Signum, Lund 1994, compare similar elastoline bonsai tree p 116.

More information

According to the Svenskt Tenn archives the model was originally designed by architect Erik Ekeberg as a candlestick for three candles for Svenskt Tenn in 1930. The bonsai tree is a later addition probably by Estrid Ericson.