Our current collection of Swedish design objects:
Wiwen Nilsson, Sweden’s most iconic silversmith:
Very rare gilded sterling silver bridal crown by Wiwen Nilsson, Lund, Sweden. In original box. Signed and dated, T9, 1969. J indicates Johan Hansson as the smith behind this particular crown.
High relief monogram, RO / OR, cufflinks by Wiwen Nilsson, Lund, Sweden. 18 ct gold. Marked T9 for 1969.
Sterling silver monogram brooch, SP / PS, by Wiwen Nilsson, Lund, Sweden. Hallmarks and dated S8 for 1944.
Sterling silver and rock crystal necklace by Wiwen Nilsson, Lund, Sweden. Beautiful cross pendant with 5 rock crystals. Signed and dated, O8, 1940. Size pendant: 52 mm x 29 mm L: 61 cm
Sterling silver and ebony seal stamp by Wiwen Nilsson, Lund, Sweden. Carrying the city arms of Gothenburg, Sweden. I9: 1959. H: 12 cm W: 4 cm
Sterling silver and ebony seal stamp by Wiwen Nilsson, Lund, Sweden. Carrying the city arms of Malmö, Sweden. Z8: 1950. H: 12 cm W: 4 cm
Silver cup, Bägare, by Wiwen Nilsson, Lund Sweden. Marked S9 for 1968.
H: 165 mm D: 94 mm
A very rare cross necklace by Wiwen Nilsson, Lund. Silver and four rock crystals. Signed and dated, T8 for 1945. The cross is 47 mm high and 32 mm wide. The chain is 58 cm long.
Kungavasen/Kings vase by Ystad Metall, Sweden. Brass 1930s. H: 25 cm D: 12 cm
Textile picture by Stig Lindberg, Sweden. 1973. H: 118 cm W: 118 cm
Gouache painting by Torsten Esbjörnsson, Sweden. Size: 48 x 42 cm, the picture, 66 x 60 cm inc frame.
”Nixon visions” print by Kjartan Slettemark, Sweden. Framed. H: 75 cm W: 64,5 cm Price: 2 900 SEK
Series chromatography by Robert Jacobsen, Denmark. Composition 1955. Recently framed with UV resitant glass. H: 19,5 cm W: 15 cm
Series chromatography by Richard Mortensen Denmark. Composition 1955. Recently framed with uv resistant glass. H: 19,5 cm W: 15 cm
Drawing by Stig Lindberg, Sweden. Draft for curtains for the Gustavsbergs city Theatre. Watercolored, mixed media.
H: 41,5 cm
W: 56 cm
A unique wood carving by swedish artist Karl-Axel Pehrson. Pehrson had a vast interest in insekts, especially bugs. In the 1960-70s he worked in wood and created imaginary bugs with fantasy, often latinized, names like in this case: Obstipus Provenance: The estate of Göta Trägårdh H: 2 cm L: 24 cm W: 7 cm
Poster for the “Vårda Bota” exhibition at Kulturen, Lund, Sweden. 1968.
In original 1960s pine wood frame.
A unique mixed media painting by Göta Trägårdh. Colourful depiction of a theatre. Probably the Royal Dramatic Theatre , Stockholm. 1950s.
Provenance family Trägårdh
Extreemly rare pair of bronze candelsticks. Unidentified artists design for Ystad Metall, 1930s
Stunning sculpture by Alf Olsson, Sweden. Debatt or Debate reflects the artists view on politicians of today.
Walnut and copper.
H. 208 cm
W: 41 cm
Bowl by anonymous Swedish artist. Earthenware. 1920-1930s. This product is an interesting mash of two different styles. The outer part of the bowl depicts mythological scenes which is typical for Art Nouveau, however the inside of the bowl depicts vehicles which would be early modernism. The combination of styles and eras make this bowl a true example of historical eclecticism.
A rare 1940s handled vase by Carl-Harry Stålhane for Rörstrand, Sweden. Excellent condition. H: 22 cm D: 13 cm
Unique stoneware tenmoku glaze vase by Carl Harry Stålhane for Rörstrand, Sweden. Fully signed and dated in 1960. Comes with certificate of uniqueness from Rorstrand. H: 26,5 cm D: 8,3 cm at the base D: 4,2 cm at the mouth.
A rare and unique stoneware vase by Stig Lindberg for Gustavsberg, Sweden. Signed and dated 1962. The inside glazed in celadon to light grey glaze. The outside unglazed. H: 15 cm D: 12 cm
A remarkable gourd by Paul Hoff for Gustavsberg, Sweden. Signed, numbered 245 and dated 1987. H: 50,5 cm D: 25 cm
The most striking statement of art deco in Sweden during the 1930s. Fayance vase by Ilse Claesson for Rörstrand, Sweden. This vase from the Serie V-collection. H: 17 cm W: 15 cm
A unique bottleshaped stoneware vase by Stig Lindberg, Gustavsberg, Sweden. Glaze in nuances of brown and green. Signed and dated 1967.
A large stunning unique stoneware vase. Inpressed pattern with brown glaze. Designed by Stig Lindberg for Gustavsberg, Sweden. Dated 1967. H: 28 cm W: 11.5 cm
Argenta vase by Wilhelm Kåge for Gustavsberg, Sweden. With motif of Djingis Kahn. Handpainted with silver. 1930s. H: 19 cm D: 14 cm
A unique stoneware vase designed by Rolf Palm, Mölle, Sweden, dated 1962.
Våga, a pair of bowls, by Wilhelm Kåge for Gustavsberg, Sweden. 1940-50s. White carrara glaze. H: 14 cm D: 19 cm
Kurva high back cane chair by Yngve Ekström for Swedese 1953. The frame by bent beech with teak veneer. Rare early edition with circular monogram signature. Cushion in handprinted Swedish textile. Designed in 1954. "Strelitzior och duvor" by Tyra Lundgren for NK:s Textilkammare, Sweden.
H: 101 cm
B: 66 cm
D: 80 cm
Arabesk lounge chair by Folke Jansson, Sweden. Designed in 1955. Early edition with feet in black painted wood. Produced by S.M. Wincrantz Möbelindustri Skövde, Sweden. This edition is produced in a series of 150 chairs in total. Recently reupholstered.
A pair of teak tray serving trolleys. The trays are stamped Sweden 1950s. Natural leather to the handle.
Easy chair, Eva high back, by Bruno Mathsson for Karl Mathsson, Värnamo, Sweden. Beech bentwood and original green linnen webbing. Original cushion made in fabric by Elsa Gullberg. This chair is manufactured in the late 1950s. The seat with secondary strengthening.
H: 109,5 cm
Seat H: 40 cm
W: 61 cm
D: 75 cm
Table for Reiners, Mjölby, Sweden. In masur birch and elm. Dated 29/9 1944, alm masurbjörk H: 55 cm W: 60 cm L: 115 cm
An industrial chair by Verkstads Aktiebolaget Lindqvist, Motala Sweden. 1940-50s. Greypainted metalframe and yellow/black striped vinyl upholstry. H: 79 cm W: 42 cm D: 51 cm, 8 chairs available
Side table by Bruno Mathsson for Dux, Sweden. Masur birch top and beech legs. H: 30 cm D: 45 cm
Josef Frank Svenskt Tenn, attributed to, music stand / magazine rack of solid mahogany. minor restoration to the top shelf. Two awailable. H: 75 cm W: 45,5 cm D: 30,5 cm
Armchair Eva by designer and architect Bruno Mathsson, Värnamo, Sweden. Designed in 1941. This chair is an early edition in an amazing conditon. Signed and dated by hand on paperlabel, BM 43. The webbing is of paper. Common during the years of the second world war. H: 83 cm Seat H: 39 cm W: 59 cm D: 67 cm
Designed by Erik Chambert for Chambert, Sweden. 1950’s. Palisander.
Armchair made in Sweden 1910s. Birch wood with inlays and leather.
H: 92 cm W: 64 cm D: 53 cm Seat H: 47 cm
A stunning, rare, set of three, vases by Vicke Lindstrand for Kosta, Sweden. Engraved signatures on the green and red: Kosta LH 1321. The black: Kosta LH 1187.
H: 29 cm (Black), 29 cm (Green), 26.5 cm (Red)
W: 12 cm (Black), 10 cm (Green), 9.5 cm (Red)
D: 8 cm (Black), 5.5 cm (Green), 5 cm (Red)
Huge unique snake vase by Ulrica Hydman Vallien. Fully signed for Kosta Boda, Sweden. H: 38 cm D: 26 cm
Unique glass vase by Vicke Lindstrand for Kosta, Sweden. Blue, green and clear glass. Signed : Kosta LH 1890.
Unique glass bowl by Vicke Lindstrand for Kosta, Sweden. Engraved signature: Kosta unik no. 2013 V. Lindstrand.
H: 12 cm D: 17 cm
Glass vase, Hällristningar, by Vicke Lindtrand for Kosta, Sweden. Engraved signature: Kosta 02504. H: 17.5 cm D: 13 cm
Glass bowl, Hällristningar, by Vicke Lindtrand for Kosta, Sweden. Engraved signature: Kosta 72502 Lindstrand. H: 10 cm D: 26.5 cm. Manufactured in the 1950s.
A rare table lamp by Hans Bergström för Atelje Lyktan, Åhus, Sweden. 1940s-50s. Brass, leather and plastic. Adjustable shade.
H: 49 cm D: 35 cm
Owl pattern glass lamp designed by Ove Sandberg for Kosta Sweden. Signed to the base.
H: 27,5 cm D: 16 cm
Grasshopper or “Gräshoppa” Floor lamp by Greta Magnusson-Grossman for Bergboms, Malmö, Sweden. Black lacquered metal and brass details. This is a first and original edition from the 1940s in its original mint condition. The lamp was recently rewired to comply with modern electrical standards.
Greta Magnusson-Grossman was one of Sweden’s most iconic 20th century Scandinavian designer.
A 1950s floor lamp. Black painted metal with a black painted wooden stem. Some details of brass. Shade in 50s style. H: 147 cm W: 39 cm
A seldom seen tin dish by Firma Svenskt Tenn, Stockholm, Sweden. Signed and dated k9 for 1960. H: 4 cm W: 39,5 cm
A silver and ivory footed bowl by C A Sandberg, Helsingborg, Sweden. Hallmarks dates to 1918. The hanging pendants with pattern of parrots.
Tin dish by Estrid Ericsson for her own brand Svenskt Tenn, Stockholm, Sweden. Signed and dated, k9, 1960. H: 2 cm D: 20 cm
Beautiful patinated high relief dish. Excellent condition and patina. 1930s-40s.
Impressed GAB Brons
D: 29 cm
Sterling silver necklace with large rock crystal pendant by Wiwen Nilsson, Lund, Sweden. Designed in the 1930s. This piece produced in 1963.
Marked N9 for 1963.
Sterling silver brooch by Wiwen Nilsson, Lund, Sweden. Monogram AJ/JA. Marked N8 for 1939. Ingraved on the back.
Sterling silver monogram brooch, BN, by Wiwen Nilsson, Lund, Sweden.
Marked P8 for 1941.