Swedish Porcelain & Glass Photos

Porcelain and glass produced in Sweden.

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Vase with fish design by Alf Wallander, Faience Manufacturer Rörstrand at Hamburg Decorative Arts Museum. Hamburg, Germany."Arrowhead" vase by Alf Wallander for Faience Manufacturer Rörstrand at Hamburg Decorative Arts Museum. Hamburg, Germany."Red Clover" vase attrib. Alf Wallander for Faience Manufacturer Rörstrand at Hamburg Decorative Arts Museum. Hamburg, Germany.Two ceramic vases by Nils Emil Lundström for Porzellanfabrik Rorstrand of Stockholm at Germanisches Nationalmuseum. Nuremberg, Germany.
Vase with fish design (1898) by Alf Wallander, Faience Manufacturer Rörstrand (Stockholm) at Hamburg Decorative Arts Museum. Hamburg, Germany."Arrowhead" vase (1899) by Alf Wallander for Faience Manufacturer Rörstrand (Stockholm) at Hamburg Decorative Arts Museum. Hamburg, Germany."Red Clover" vase (c1899) attrib. Alf Wallander for Faience Manufacturer Rörstrand (Stockholm) at Hamburg Decorative Arts Museum. Hamburg, Germany.Two ceramic vases (c1899) by Nils Emil Lundström for Porzellanfabrik Rorstrand of Stockholm at Germanisches Nationalmuseum. Nuremberg, Germany.
Porcelain coffee service with dragonflies by Alf Wallander for Faience Manufacturer Rörstrand at Bavarian National Museum. Munich, Germany.Porcelain coffee service with dragonflies by Alf Wallander for Faience Manufacturer Rörstrand at Bavarian National Museum. Munich, Germany.Swedish glass bowl with fish swimming in waves by Alf Wallander at Corning Museum of Glass. Corning, NY.Glass vase by Gerda Strömberg of Sweden at National Museum of Scotland. Edinburgh, Scotland.
Porcelain coffee service with dragonflies (1909) by Alf Wallander for Faience Manufacturer Rörstrand (Stockholm) at Bavarian National Museum. Munich, Germany.Porcelain coffee service with dragonflies (1909) by Alf Wallander for Faience Manufacturer Rörstrand (Stockholm) at Bavarian National Museum. Munich, Germany.Swedish glass bowl with fish swimming in waves (1908) by Alf Wallander at Corning Museum of Glass. Corning, NY.Glass vase (1936) by Gerda Strömberg of Sweden at National Museum of Scotland. Edinburgh, Scotland.
Engraved glass bowl given to Coolidge by Sweden at President Calvin Coolidge State Historic Park. Plymouth Notch, VT.Silver tankard c1650 by Abraham Meytens of Stockholm before Dutch goblet at Legion of Honor Museum. San Francisco, CA.Silver tankard by Erik Mansson Schmidt of Stockholm, Sweden at DAR Memorial Continental Hall Museum. Washington, DC.
Engraved glass bowl (1926) given to Coolidge by Sweden at President Calvin Coolidge State Historic Park. Plymouth Notch, VT.Silver tankard c1650 by Abraham Meytens of Stockholm before Dutch goblet (17th C) at Legion of Honor Museum. San Francisco, CA.Silver tankard (c1685) by Erik Mansson Schmidt of Stockholm, Sweden at DAR Memorial Continental Hall Museum. Washington, DC.

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