Lisa Larson gazebo candle holder
Lisa Larson gazebo candle holder
Candle holder signed by Lisa Larson. After leaving Gustavsberg in 1980, Lisa Larson received requests from potteries in various European countries as a freelance designer. In 1992, he founded the Keramik Studion Gustavsberg, keeping the Gustavsberg brand name, but setting up his own studio and resuming the creative activities that had hitherto been carried out in Gustavsberg.
This is a candle holder made at that time. Can be used as lighting by placing a candle inside. This work has been produced for a long time, but -94 at the bottom indicates that it was produced in 1994, and Ex m.89 is the serial number, indicating that it was the 89th production. I'm here. It is a fairly early work because it is a two-digit number.
Lisa Larson's candle holders also include the Fyr (lighthouse) type, which is modeled after the gazebos commonly found in Western gardens. It is modeled after the gazebo of an 18th-century mansion called Stora Nyckelviken in the Nacka district on the outskirts of Stockholm.
Details Designer: Lisa Larson Date: 1994 Pottery: Keramik Studion Gustavsberg
Country of origin: Sweden Condition: ★★★★☆ (4.5: mint condition)
It was used once because wax was slightly adhered to the inside. It is in very good condition with no cracks or chips and still retains its original appearance.
■Size: Diameter 11cm Height 17.5cm
About Lisa Larson
Lisa Larson (1931- )
Elmhult in Kronoberg county in Småland, southern Sweden ( Born in Härlunda, a village of about 500 people in the Älmhult district. 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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