Gustavsberg Malva Teacup Trio
Gustavsberg Malva Teacup Trio
This is a trio of teacups, saucers, and cake plates from the Malva series produced in the 1960s by Gustavsberg, a long-established Scandinavian pottery manufacturer. The series name Malva means mallow or us mallow in Swedish. The same kind of mallow is a perennial plant that normally produces purple flowers. In imitation of these flowers, designer Wjörquist has decorated the entire surface with a bold red deformed floral pattern.
It is quite difficult to maintain a design with the same continuous floral pattern, but it is a simple and sophisticated piece that is typical of Scandinavian modernity, with exquisite colors and balance. The Malva was designed in 1965 and manufactured until around 1970. It is a valuable item that was originally produced in small numbers and is rarely seen in its home country of Sweden.
Manufacturer: Gustavsberg Designer: Karin Bjorquist Series name: Malva Era: 1965-1970 Country of origin: Sweden Condition: Condition: Reasonable
There is a thin chip on the top of the cup and on the saucer. Paint loss and cutlery marks can be seen all over the cake plate. The cup remains relatively similar to when it was manufactured. We offer this product at a great price as it is a product with a certain reason.
Cup width 12cm (including handle) height 6cm Capacity approx. 280ml Saucer diameter 15cm Cake plate diameter 20cm
Karin Bjorquist (1927-2018)
Born in the city of Saffle in Varmland county in western Sweden. Studied at Konstfack, Stockholm, and joined Gustavsberg in 1950 after graduating. At first, he worked as an assistant under Wilhelm Kage, who was the art director of the company. He was with Gustavsberg until 1986, during which he invented the Indigo, Kobold, Malva, and Delicates series. The Svart Ruter series, which has diamond-shaped marks everywhere, and the Vardag series, which has a deep green and heavy vessel, are long-running works.
Wörquist's greatest work is known as the Nobelservisen designed for the 90th anniversary of the Nobel Prize, and the tableware she designed is still used at the Nobel Prize banquet.
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Product photos are close-ups so that you can see the condition well. Therefore, the actual product may appear smaller. The wooden spoon is for size comparison, not an accessory, and is 13 cm long.
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