Wednesday, December 14, 2011

All Sweden

All of this belonged to a lady who emigrated to the U.S. in 1946 from Sweden. She eventually opened a business importing Swedish crystal and Scandinavian furniture.

Lisa Larson "Lotta" Kid series figurine for Gustavsberg, 1962-79. SOLD

Pair teak and wicker bread baskets, stamped "Made in Sweden." The little delicate white S+P and sugar shaker are by Stig Lindberg for Gustavsberg, I believe these to be quite uncommon. Unfortunately the salt has a hairline crack.  SOLD

Huge "Paprika" vase designed by Anna-Lisa Thompson (1905-1955) in 1948 for Uppsala Ekeby, Sweden. All hand incised. It weighs 12 lbs! The plan is to sell this but I'm unsure how to mail it safely.

Danish teak sculptural lamp by Ernst Henriksen, still wired for Sweden. SOLD More Spisa Ribb plates but these are seconds.


  1. That teak lamp is amazing. Is it wrong that I want to hold it?

  2. Oh wow, great stuff! Can't believe you found all that stuff from 1 person.The paprika UE vase is great!

  3. I know can you imagine what Sweden was like in the 50-60's!