Vintage brown stoneware collectible vase by Gunnar Borg for Höganäs Ceramics, Sweden 1960


About this vintage design furniture

This miniature, collectible stoneware vase was designed by Gunnar Borg for the Swedish manufacture Höganäs Keramik during the 1960s. Handmade by a Master, with the utmost care and attention to details. The vase dyed brown in an irregular shade. Signed with the author's signature and the manufacturer's brand. Gunnar Borg (1926 - 2007) is still one of the leading representatives of Scandinavian ceramic design of the 20th century. Known for miniature, handmade ceramic and stoneware objects, mainly vases. He also created lamp bases, cups, decorative bowls and ashtrays. He started his career at the age of 14 at Andersson & Johansson in Höganäs. From 1940, he worked there for the next 28 years. The artist's creativity and craftsmanship can be seen in every item. In 1968, Borg founded his own workshop, where he operated until his death. Höganäs Keramik formerly AJ Andersson & Johansson Keramik was founded in 1909 by Johannes Olofsson and Sigfrid Johansson. Modern household appliances have taken an indisputable place in the history of Swedish design. Famous ceramicists at AJ/Höganäs included John Andersson, Anne Nilsson, Rolf Palm and Lisa Larrson, and Gunnar Borg. It is currently a design company and part of the Iittala Group, a Finnish art glass company. This vase is in original vintage condition. Reference : 306192

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