Sale price210 €
vintage

Harald Notini Decanter 1930s

vintage
H 16cm Great condition with original factory sticker.
Sale price210 €
vintage
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Overview

This Frosted glass carafe was designed by Harald Notini, one of Stockholm's renowned designers. Son of the well-known sculptor Axel Notini, he received his training in sculpting and interior architecture at Konstfäck (Stockholm's Art & Industrial School). From the 1920s Swedish Grace period to the 1940s-1950s Swedish Modernism, Notini's designs were highly acclaimed. He worked at Böhlmarks until the age of 75, only a year before his passing. Notini's works can be found at the National Museum, Stockholm. This piece was manufactured by Pukebergs Glass Makers in Sweden during the 1930s and is in excellent condition with the original factory sticker.

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Product type:Carafes
Location: Sweden
Sold by Collection apart

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H 16cm Great condition with original factory sticker.

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Collection apart is a curated collection of European antiques and decorative objects not limited by time or function. Based in Stockholm, Sweden the collection continually evolves blending organic, tactile and sculptural furniture, art and objects from a mix of art and design movements but always with a modernist sensibility. Each piece is carefully sourced and given a new context that feels personal and new to show the unique value and personal meaning that antiques and decorative arts can bring to any contemporary home

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