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Gustavsberg

In 1919, when art historian Gregor Paulson presented his ideas of "More Beautiful Everyday Goods", many Swedish porcelain factories, including the one in Gustavsberg, began to make everyday products accessible to everyone. During the same period, Wilhelm Kåge started to work at Gustavsberg as artistic director.

In 1942, Wilhelm Kåge established the artistic workshop Gustavsberg's Studio, which mainly focused on ceramic art objects. During the 20th century, several great Swedish ceramic designers, such as Stig Lindberg, Bernt Friberg and Lisa Larson, worked there.

Since the 1950s, Lisa Larson's figurines have been desirable collectables. This themed auction includes several items from her production, including unique figurines.
 
41 items
Lisa Larson, a stoneware sculpture, signed.
Hammer price 
3 300 SEK
Estimate 
4 000 SEK
Lisa Larson, a stoneware figurine of a moose, Gustavsberg.
Hammer price 
2 600 SEK
Estimate 
2 500 SEK
Lisa Larson, a stoneware wall relief, Gustavsberg.
Hammer price 
2 800 SEK
Estimate 
3 000 SEK
Lisa Larson, a stoneware figurine, Gustavsberg. For WWF.
Hammer price 
1 800 SEK
Estimate 
2 500 SEK
Berndt Friberg, a stoneware vase, Gustavsbergs studio, 1974.
Hammer price 
2 200 SEK
Estimate 
3 000 SEK
Lisa Larson, a set of four stoneware figurines, Gustavsberg.
Hammer price 
3 200 SEK
Estimate 
3 000 SEK
Lisa Larson, a signed stoneware sculpture, dated -81.
Hammer price 
10 100 SEK
Estimate 
10 000 SEK
Lisa Larson, a 'Charlotta' stoneware figurine, Gustavsberg.
Hammer price 
1 900 SEK
Estimate 
2 500 SEK
Lisa Larson, a signed stoneware sculpture.
Hammer price 
5 700 SEK
Estimate 
5 000 SEK
Berndt Friberg, a stoneware vase, Gustavsbergs studio, 1963.
Hammer price 
2 700 SEK
Estimate 
3 000 SEK
Lisa Larson, a stoneware figurine, Gustavsberg.
Hammer price 
2 200 SEK
Estimate 
2 500 SEK
Wilhelm Kåge, an 'Argenta' stoneware vase, Gustavsberg.
Hammer price 
9 700 SEK
Estimate 
2 500 SEK