Sale price750 €
vintage

Elsa Söderberg Ceramic Vase 1950
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vintage
Sale price750 €
vintage

A highly collectible and early work by the Swedish ceramicist, Elsa Söderberg (1930 - 1978). Tulip shaped stoneware vase with an exceptional glaze. Dated from the 1950s when Elsa was working in Västerås, Sweden where she opened her first ceramic workshop. Elsa Söderberg went on to design art glass for Hovmanstorp Glasbruk together with Signe Persson Melin whilst continuing to make her ceramics.

Swedish, 1950s, Signed E.Söderberg

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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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Vintage Condition Report : Great

H 21

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H 21

Vintage Condition Report : Great

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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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