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Nils Fougstedt

(Sweden, 1881-1954)
125 000 - 150 000 SEK
10 900 - 13 100 EUR
11 300 - 13 500 USD
Hammer price
250 000 SEK
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Nils Fougstedt
(Sweden, 1881-1954)

& Anna Petrus, a rare floor lamp, Svenskt Tenn, Stockholm ca 1929, reportedly acquired at the Stockholm Exhibition 1930.

Pewter, base of a lion designed by Anna Petrus, stem with black lacquered wooden squares designed by Nils Fougstedt, later shade in white glass, height excluding shade 119 cm, total height 148 cm, the wooden base is 17.5 x 17.5 cm.

Wear. Later glass shade, function not guaranteed.


The Widengren family. Per Widengren started one of Sweden's first ready-to-wear factories in Vingåker in 1896. The lamp was bought by one of the sons who eventually moved to Stockholm, reportedly at the Stockholm exhibition in 1930. Thence by descent.

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The model was designed in 1929, originally with a glass shade of model 8144 by Arvid Böhlmarks Lampfabrik.