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Edvin Öhrström

(Sweden, 1906-1994)
8 000 - 10 000 SEK
729 - 911 EUR
766 - 957 USD
Hammer price
9 500 SEK
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Edvin Öhrström
(Sweden, 1906-1994)

an 'ariel' glass vase, Orrefors, Sweden 1982.

Cylindrical shape, decorated with a girl and a gondolier in blue and amber colour against clear glass, signed Orrefors 9057813 Edvin Öhrström Ariel Gallery 14-82, height 15.8 cm, diameter 12.5 cm.


Sivert Oldenvi Collection.


Edvin Öhrström (1906-1994) was a Swedish visual artist, sculptor and glass artist born in Burlöv. He studied at the Art Academy and Tekniska Skolan in Stockholm and under Fernand Legér in Paris, etc. From 1936-1957 he was active at Orrefors glassworks. Together with Vicke Lindstrand, Öhrström helped develop the ariel glass, an innovative technology that was presented at the World Exhibition in Paris in 1937 and for which Orrefors has become internationally known. Öhrström also designed cast glass for Lindshammar's glassworks and has created the work "Kristallvertikalaccent", a glass pillar at Sergels Torg in Stockholm, inaugurated in 1974. Today, the early ariel glass pieces from Orrefors are among the most sought after glass produced in Sweden.

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