Bertel Gardberg

Bertel Gardberg (1916-2007) was a pioneer within Finnish silversmithing, whose production combines form with function. During his long career, Gardberg designed a variety of items, from liturgical silver and jewellery to everyday objects.

A close relationship with nature and handcrafting were highly appreciated values that Gardberg took with him from his childhood home, which later came to affect his career. After searching for his own area of his time during his youth, Gardberg applied in the late 1930s to the School of Goldsmithing and the Center for the Arts and Crafts, where he found his vocation and got a good education within arts and crafts. After his studies, he continued his studies within silversmithing in Denmark. Read more

 
38 items
Bertel Gardberg, a nutcracker for Boda Finland.
Final bid 
1 500 EUR
Estimate 
1 000 EUR
Bertel Gardberg, Six candlesticks for Boda Finland.
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1 150 EUR
Estimate 
600 EUR
Bertel Gardberg, Two candlesticks for Boda Finland.
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1 050 EUR
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600 EUR
Bertel Gardberg, a mortar stamped GB.
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605 EUR
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500 EUR