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Gustavsberg Stig Lindberg G Studio faience double teapot

Gustavsberg Stig Lindberg G Studio faience double teapot

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A hand-painted teapot in the 1950s in the workshop of Gustavsberg's flagship designer, Stig Lindberg. In Gustavsberg, there was a department called G-Studion, where well-known designers such as Stig Lindberg and Lisa Larson produced art works, apart from the mass-produced line. This is a work made in the atelier. You can see Lindberg's signature on the bottom of the pot . It is manufactured using a technique used in ancient Egypt called faience firing.

Faience ware is a pottery made of red clay that is dried and then immersed in a white glaze called tin glaze. It is a method devised in ancient Egypt, and it is the oldest method of making pottery using glaze in the world.

Today Gustavsberg is mainly made of hard white porcelain (bone china), but half a century ago, faience ware, which can be produced at a low temperature in the kiln, was also often produced. Due to its characteristics, faience ware is more fragile than general pottery, and it is rare for it to remain complete.

At the bottom there is a "G" hand sign indicating that it was made in Gustavsberg's studio (G-Studion). The marks on the bottom and inside of the lid are the signature of the artist Goffredo Nannini. Also, "F/79" on the bottom is a symbol that specifies the pattern design of painting, and "100" is a number that specifies the shape of the teapot.

Details Manufacturer: Gustavsberg / Gustavsberg Form Design: Stig Lindberg / Stig Lindberg Pattern Design: Gofredo Nannini Age: 1950s Country of Origin: Sweden Condition: ★★★★★ (5: Complete)
There are black spots inside the lower teapot, and one lid has a part where the glaze is not applied enough and the surface is visible. All of them are in perfect condition with no damage to mention at the time of manufacture.

Stig Lindberg

Stig Lindberg

Stig Lindberg (1916-1982)

Born in Umeå, the central city of northern Sweden. Originally from Stockholm's art school Konstfack ( Learn painting at Konstfack. He joined Gustavsberg in 1937 and gradually rose to prominence under the tutelage of his mentor, Wilhelm Koge. Twelve years later, in 1949, he succeeded Koge as the company's art director in charge of design.

Since then, Lindberg has released numerous works as a standard bearer of Swedish modernism in the mid-20th century. During Lindberg's time, the Gustavsberg workshop was at its peak, and its works from that time are recognized as works from the golden period known as ``mid-century,'' and are highly valued. Lindberg's studio is called G-Studion, where young designers are demonstrating their skills and producing famous artists such as Lisa Larson.

Click here for a list of Stig Lindberg's works.

Gustavsberg's G-Studion


Apart from the mass production line, Gustavsberg had a department called G-Studion. Famous designers such as Willhelm Koge, Stig Lindberg and Lisa Larsson created their artwork here.

Founded in 1942, G Studio was a group of artists, designers, craftsmen and illustrators whose activities ranged from creative work to exhibition ceramics, public space art production and industrial design. . It operated until 1993 and served as an ``aesthetic laboratory''. It was also responsible for providing design ideas for Gustavsberg's mass-produced products.

G-Studio was a renovated atelier in an old building from a ceramics factory in Gustavsberg, and was a hub for more than 100 artists and craftsmen. It is no exaggeration to say that Gustavsberg's ceramic tradition of the 20th century originated from here. It was a centerpiece of the Swedish art and design world and served as a breeding ground for new creativity.

Each piece of G Studio's work is handmade, and there are videos showing the production process. The video shows a man wearing round glasses, designer Stig Lindberg. And on the right side you can see Willhelm Koge, who was the studio director.

Click here for a list of G Studio works♪

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