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Gunnar Cyrén

(Sweden, 1931-2013)
10 000 - 12 000 SEK
883 - 1 060 EUR
921 - 1 110 USD
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Gunnar Cyrén
(Sweden, 1931-2013)

a set of 144 pieces of "Nobel" flatware, Gense, Sweden, post 1991.

Gold and silver plated stainless steel, maker's marks NOBEL GUNNAR CYREN GENSE.
12 dinner forks (length 19,5 cm)
12 dinner knives (length 22 cm)
12 table spoons (length 18,7 cm)
24 fish forks (gold plated)
24 fish knives (gold plated)
12 dessert forks (gold plated, length 16,7 cm)
12 dessert spoons (gold plated, length 16,5 cm)
12 dessert forks (length 16,7 cm)
12 dessert knives (length 18,5 cm)
12 dessert spoons (length 16,7 cm)
Unused, in original cartons.

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The model was designed in 1991.


Gunnar Cyrén (1931-2013) was a Swedish glass artist, silversmith and industrial designer. He worked for Orrefors glassworks between 1959 and 1970, then designed plastics for a few years and then returned to Orrefors in 1977. Highlights of his design career include "Pop glass" or "Cups with colored legs" (1966-1968) and "The Nobel Service" (1991). Over the years, Gunnar Cyrén has participated in several exhibitions in Sweden and abroad and received the King's scholarship in 1962, the Lunning prize in 1966 and the Prince Eugén medal in 1988. He is appointed professor by the government. In his hometown of Gävle, where he also had a gallery and a gold and silver smithy, he has been honored with his own room at the County Museum.

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