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Ceramics by Wilhelm Kåge

With Farsta earthenware Wilhelm Kåge created a new type of art stoneware with a rustic and personal expression. His artistically qualities as a draftsman came to were channeled through decors which were often carved directly into the ceramics and then glazed. Kåge’s unique art crockery was named after Farstalandet where Gustavsberg’s factories were located and has strongly contributed to higher the status among ceramic art stoneware. With rustic glazes and relief decor, the Farsta earthenware is a milestone within Swedish ceramic history!

 
16 items
A Wilhelm Kåge 'Farsta' stoneware dish, Gustavsberg Studio.
Hammer price 
9 000 SEK
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4 000 SEK
A Wilhelm Kåge 'Farsta' stoneware dish, Gustavsberg Studio.
Hammer price 
7 900 SEK
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5 000 SEK
A Wilhelm Kåge 'Farsta' stoneware dish, Gustavsberg Studio.
Hammer price 
7 200 SEK
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6 000 SEK
A Wilhelm Kåge 'Farsta' stoneware dish, Gustavsberg Studio.
Hammer price 
4 400 SEK
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2 000 SEK
A Wilhelm Kåge 'Farsta' stoneware dish, Gustavsberg Studio.
Hammer price 
4 300 SEK
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1 500 SEK
A Wilhelm Kåge 'Farsta' stoneware dish, Gustavsberg Studio.
Hammer price 
4 201 SEK
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4 000 SEK
A Wilhelm Kåge 'Farsta' stoneware dish, Gustavsberg Studio.
Hammer price 
3 157 SEK
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3 000 SEK
A Wilhelm Kåge 'Farsta' stoneware dish, Gustavsberg Studio.
Hammer price 
2 780 SEK
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2 000 SEK
A Wilhelm Kåge 'Farsta' stoneware relief, Gustavsberg Studio.
Hammer price 
1 850 SEK
Estimate 
2 000 SEK