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Lisa Larson Hoganas Tulip Candle Holder

Lisa Larson Hoganas Tulip Candle Holder

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A tulip-shaped triple candle holder designed by Lisa Larson in 1982. After leaving Gustavsberg in 1980, Lisa Larson worked as a freelance designer for European companies. It was produced at the request of Höganäs in Sweden. During the Gustavsberg era, Lisa Larson designed many ceramic plates and statues, but practical candle holders are one of the rare works that broke new ground.

This candle holder has a single-legged variation, but the three-legged one is relatively rare, and is rare because it was only produced for two years. At over 20cm tall, this item has an outstanding presence during the Christmas season.

■ Detailed manufacturer: Höganäs Designer: Lisa Larson Age: 1982-1983 Country of Origin: Sweden Condition: ★★★★★ (5: Complete)
There is no feeling of use, the color is good, and there is no rattling. It is in very good mint condition with the original seal still attached. There is a part where the yellow-green glaze is less than 1 mm short and the skin color of the base is visible, but this is due to the manufacturing process because the glaze is covered on top.

■ Lisa Larson (1931- )
Born in a village called Härlunda with a population of about 500 in the Älmhult district of the Kronoberg county in the Småland region in southern Sweden. When I was young, I wanted to be a fashion designer, but after entering the Gothenburg College of Art, I learned ceramics. At one point, Stig Lindberg discovered him in a competition, and after a one-year trial period, he officially joined Gustavsberg as a designer. Soon after, in 1955, he announced the Lilla zoo series, and in 1964 he devised the famous Afrika series of lion statues.

In addition to Gustavsberg, Lisa Larson has also designed for Höganäs, national retail giant Åhléns and German pottery manufacturer Rosenthal. After leaving Gustavsberg in 1979, he took the position of a freelance artist who entered into freelance contracts with companies rather than working exclusively with them, and continued his creative activities freely while working in various fields. In 1979 and 1981, he held solo exhibitions at the Seibu Department Store in Tokyo, and it is said that 70,000 people visited the solo exhibition in 1981.

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