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Extra Large Gustavsberg Lisa Larson Granada Flower Vase (Granada)

Extra Large Gustavsberg Lisa Larson Granada Flower Vase (Granada)

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This is a flower vase from the Granada series that Lisa Larson produced for Gustavsberg for 10 years starting in 1960. A normal Granada flower vase is about 15cm high, but this one is an extra-large size of 36cm. This is the largest flower vase created by Lisa Larson. It is a powerful work that looks like an ornament in an alcove.

The height of the Lotta doll shown in the photo is 18cm. Please note that this is for size comparison and is not an accessory to the product.

The brown part of the flower vase is unglazed pottery, and a magical pattern is carved into the body. The upper part is generously coated with dark gray glaze, giving it a profound feel.

The Granada series also produced platters and ash trays. It looks great placed as a decoration in a corner of your room. Gustavsberg had a division that mass-produced tableware for the masses and a division called G-Studion, where famous designers such as Stig Lindberg and Lisa Larsson created artistic porcelain artwork. . This is a work made in the latter's atelier.

■Details Manufacturer: Gustavsberg / Gustavsberg Series: Granada / Granada Designer: Lisa Larson / Lisa Larson Year: 1960-1970 Condition: ★★★★☆ (4.5: Very good condition)
This is a very good vintage item with no notable damage. There are about 2 mm of cracked glaze on the inside of the mouth, but this item is in excellent condition and remains in its original condition with no cracks or chips. This is a dead stock item that has never been used as a vase.

Lisa Larson

lisa larson

Lisa Larson (1931-2024)

A world-renowned ceramic artist representing Sweden. Born in the village of Härlunda, in the Älmhult district of Kronoberg county in the Småland region of southern Sweden.

When she was young, she aspired to be a clothing designer, but after enrolling at Gothenburg University of the Arts, she studied ceramics. One day, he was discovered by Stig Lindberg at a competition, and after a one-year trial period, he officially joined Gustavsberg as a designer. Shortly after, in 1955, he announced the Lilla zoo series, and in 1964 he devised the Afrika series, famous for its lion statues.

In addition to Gustavsberg, Lisa Larsson has also provided designs for Höganäs, domestic retail giant Åhléns, and German pottery manufacturer Rosenthal. After leaving Gustavsberg in 1979, he was active in various fields while continuing his creative activities freely, taking the position of a freelance artist under a voluntary contract with a company rather than an exclusive contract. In 1979 and 1981, he held solo exhibitions at the Seibu Department Store in Tokyo, and his solo exhibition in 1981 is said to have attracted 70,000 visitors.

Click here for a list of Lisa Larson's works♪

Gustavsberg's G-Studion

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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