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Gustavsberg Bersa 24cm platter

Gustavsberg Bersa 24cm platter

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Manufacturer: Gustavsberg
series: Berså / Bersa
designer: Stig Lindberg
Country of origin: Sweden
Year: 1961-1974
Condition: ★★★★☆ (4: Good condition)
When you shine a light on the surface, you can see cutlery marks and marks from stacking on the edges, but it is in great condition with almost no paint loss.
■Size Diameter 24cm Height 2cm

This is a 24cm size dinner plate from Bersa, a classic from Gustavsberg, a long-established Swedish tableware manufacturer. The designer is Swedish master Stig Lindberg. Lindberg created this leaf pattern design in 1961. Bersa (Berså) means arbor, and is a space set aside for people to take a break, such as in a corner of a park. In Scandinavia, where there are many winter days, it has a warm design that allows you to feel the fresh greenery.

It is no exaggeration to say that Northern Europe is a region where half of the year is winter. In winter, there are only about 4 to 5 hours of sunlight. Scandinavian tableware often has designs that give you a sense of warmth even on such winter days. The lush green color of the leaves brings the color of a spring day to your table throughout the year.

There is also a reprint version of Bertha, but the color gloss of the reprint version is a lighter green and a bit dull compared to the vintage version. A characteristic of vintage products is the vividness of the green color, and the color scheme allows you to feel the lush green of fresh greenery. Vintage Versa plates are also characterized by their raised edges. The reprint version has a bowl-like shape that gradually increases in height from the center to the edge, while the vintage version is more similar to a flat plate and is easier to use.

Berså series


Berså is a classic series from Gustavsberg, a long-established Swedish tableware manufacturer. Bertha was designed in 1961 by Swedish mid-century master Stig Lindberg.

Berså (Bersa, Besjö, Bersjö) means "arbor", although it is not often used in Swedish these days. It is a resting place such as a garden or park where you can take a breather.

It is no exaggeration to say that Northern Europe is a region where half of the year is winter. Not only is it extremely cold, but there are only about 4 to 5 hours of sunlight in winter. A feature of Scandinavian tableware is that it is full of designs that give you a sense of warmth even on winter days. Versa's lush greenery has a mysterious charm that brings fresh green color and a refreshing breeze to the dining table at any time, and it is a design that is truly representative of Scandinavian tableware.

There is also a reprint version of Bertha, but the reprint version has a lighter green color and more uniform leaf shape than the vintage version. The characteristics of vintage are the vividness of the green color and the subtle fluctuations in each leaf. In addition, the back stamp of the vintage Bertha has a beautiful and unique design. The backstamp on the reprint is the company's anchor symbol, and the original Bertha backstamp is gone.



Gustavsberg is a long-established Swedish pottery manufacturer founded in 1825. For more information on the history of the company , please see this article♪ The company produced bathtubs and other housing equipment, but from the late 19th century onward, they focused on producing artistic ceramics, and their name became widely known. I did. Known for its simple and beautiful designs with motifs of nature and folklore, it is a manufacturer that led Scandinavian design in the 20th century.

It produced many outstanding artists such as Lisa Larsson and Stig Lindberg, and was a central figure in the ``Mid-Century'' art movement of the mid-20th century in Northern Europe. Even today, it is highly praised for its high artistry, technical ability, and unique design that evokes the Nordic climate.

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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.

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