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Stig Lindberg

(Sweden, 1916-1982)
Estimate
20 000 - 25 000 SEK
1 830 - 2 290 EUR
1 940 - 2 430 USD
Hammer price
19 000 SEK
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Sweden: BUS
Finland: Kuvasto

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Camilla Behrer
Stockholm
Camilla Behrer
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+46 (0)708 92 19 77
Stig Lindberg
(Sweden, 1916-1982)

a faience wall plaque, Gustavsberg studio, Sweden 1950's, ed. 12/40.

Painted decor of a fish, signed Stig L and at the back signed with the studio mark, painter's signature and marked: "This plaque, designed and signed by Stig Lindberg is in this colour executed in a maximum edition of 40 pieces of which this is no 12" and "16 D, IV, Gustavsberg", measurements 10,5 x 59,5 cm.

Small chip to one corner.

Designer

During the 1950s and 1960s, Stig Lindberg created many of his most sought-after stoneware objects, decorative vases, bowls, and dishes with pressed or carved decoration, and popular ceramic series such as Pungo, Domino, Terma, Karneval, were introduced. A few years later, he became artistic director after Wilhelm Kåge. Stig Lindberg designed popular tableware, several of which are still manufactured today, such as Adam, Eva, Berså, Spisa Ribb (now called Ribb), Prunus, and Aster. During his career, Lindberg worked as an industrial designer, book illustrator, textile and glass designer.

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