Set of 4 breakfast plates in the iconic ‘Homemaker’ design by Enid Seeney, Ridgeway pottery, 1950s – featuring illustrations of the most cutting edge modernist designs of the era. To enquire about this item please click here
One of the most iconic mid-century modern Scandinavian designs – Bersa pattern by Stig Lindberg for Gustavsberg, Sweden. We have a selection just arrived from Sweden including cups, teapot and serving trays – please contact us for details and prices. To enquire about this item please click here.
A true mid-century Scandinavian icon… this teapot by Stig Lindberg in his wonderful Bersa pattern from the 60s is a design classic that has been illustrated, photographed and referenced in plenty of modern designs, but the original is still the best – and this is an original piece at its best. Beautiful crisp design showing plenty of pattern, perfect condition …
Original hand painted ceramic onion bowls by Stig Lindberg for Gustavsberg, Sweden, c.1950. These covered bowls are highly sought after by Stig Lindebrg collectors, and to find the large and small versions of ‘This Spring’ pattern is a rare occurrence. To enquire about this item please click here.
An original ceramic platter designed by Stig Lindberg for Gustavsberg, Sweden, 1950s. Fantastic bright vibrant handpainted peacock pattern…. in perfect condition. To enquire about this item please click here.
A beautiful original Swedish wall mirror designed by Lisa Larson for Gustavsberg, 1960. Small and neat, ideal for a bedroom or bathroom, the mirror has a handpainted ceramic surround with stylised birds on a deep green background. The back features the original Gustavsberg label. Dimensions 24x30cms. To enquire about this item please click here.
An original Stig Lindberg leaf dish for Gustavsberg, Sweden, 1950s. Original pieces by Lindberg are becoming increasingly rare, and the iconic hand painted leaf dished are highly sought after. 32cms long. To enquire about this item please click here.
An original ceramic wall plaque designed and hand painted by Mari Simmulson for Upsala Ekeby, Sweden in 1950s. Beautifully elegant illustration of lady with a rose – a recurring theme in Scandinavian pottery of the period. To enquire about this item please click here.
An original and rare painted ceramic horse by Stig Lindberg, Sweden, c.1950s – complete with painted marks to base G hand for Gustavsberg, and STIG L. An iconic piece of Scandinavian mid-century design rarely found in such pristine condition. To enquire about this item please click here.