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Tyra Lundgren

(Sweden, 1897-1979)
60 000 - 80 000 SEK
5 460 - 7 270 EUR
5 710 - 7 610 USD
Hammer price
100 000 SEK
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Tyra Lundgren
(Sweden, 1897-1979)

a rare pewter bowl model "630", Firma Svenskt Tenn, Stockholm 1931.

Engraved decoration of five seated female figures, the mouth and base with brass linings, stamped with the angel mark, Stockholm E8, the inside of the rim engraved: Carl Zetterberg 26-2 1938. Height 21 cm, diameter 30.5 cm.

Wear, dents around the base and spots of corrosion, internally corroded.


Engineer Carl Zetterberg (1878-1949), Stockholm.
Thence by descent to the current owner.


Catalogue, "Firma Svenskt Tenn", Nordisk Rotogravyr 1931, model illustrated (n.p.).
Hedvig Hedqvist, Rikard Jacobson, Jan von Gerber, "Modernt Svenskt Tenn", Atlantis 2004, pp 56-57 (the original drawing illustrated).

More information

The ceramist, sculptor, and designer Tyra Lundgren was a close friend of Estrid Erikson since their study days at Tekniska skolan. She was engaged in the aesthetic matters of the shop and contributed constructive feedback. On one occasion around 1928, she sent a sketch to Estrid: "I found a drawing that you might be able to use for a bowl..." Tyra Lundgren's suggestion became a magnificent bowl with model number 630, which came to be counted among Svenskt Tenn's luxury items. With its elaborate decoration, it became one of the most expensive pieces in the range.

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