Vase signed Jan Johansson for Orrefors 70S

Jan Johansson's soliflore crystal vase for Orrefors (Sweden), flattened shape, tinted blue in the mass, transparent glass at the base, 70s.

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Height 17cm
Width 9cm at the largest point
Weight 0,824kg
Contacter Cornershop-design engraved below Jan Johansson 148-170 and two original labels Orrefors made in Sweden

CSD17149

150,00 €

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ORREFORS ( Sweden)

The Orrefors Glasbruk was founded in 1898 and began making glass bottles. Then from 1920s, designers developed the "Graal technique", which was based on the cameo process and inspired by works of Emile Gallé. Sven Palmqvist, entered in 1928, invents in 1954 the technique "Kraka" which allows to create a new decoration constituted by bubbles locked into a net, a characteristic of this period. Orrefors was the major swedish company to dominate art glass in the 1950s. Jan Johansson arrived at Orrefors in 1969 after completing his goldsmith studies at the Konstfack (School of Art and Design) in Stockholm. He strives to refine the optical effects in pure carved crystal, as in cut series such as Cascade, Horizon and Marin.

Bibliography : "Fifties glass" by Leslie Pina.

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