Leaf-Shaped Bowl


Stig Lindberg (1916-1982) is one of the most renowned designers of Swedish ceramic art of the 20th century. He is well-known for his constant creativity and exceptional eye for shapes, proportions and patterns. Lindberg is represented at the Swedish National Museum of Art and Design.

Stig Lindberg’s series of playful leaf dishes and bowls were designed in the 1940s and hand decorated in the Gustavsberg studio using a variety of patterns and glazes.

Made by the Swedish factory Gustavsberg in stoneware.

This rare leaf shaped bowl is decorated with a ruby red geometric pattern

Length: 16 cm / 6.3 in Width: 14,5 cm / 5.7 in Height: 8,5 cm / 3.3 in

Signed with the hand for the Gustavsberg Studio ceramics; painters mark, a bird , for the faience painter Undelius circa 1950s.

Condition: Excellent, no damages to the ceramic, 

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Stig Lindberg at the British Museum


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