1950s Swedish Vicke Lindstrand for Kosta Glass Bowl

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Vicke Lindstrand for Kosta blue striped glass bowl from the 1950s. It is a beautiful and iconic piece of Swedish glass design.

Vicke Lindstrand was one of the most important glass designers of the 20th century. He was known for his innovative use of color and form, and his work helped to define the Scandinavian Modern style. Lindstrand worked for Kosta from 1950 to 1973, and during that time he created some of the company's most famous designs, including the Ariel, Graal, and Sommerso series.

This blue striped bowl is a typical example of Lindstrand's work for Kosta. It is made of clear glass with enclosed stripes of blue, purple and black. The stripes are created using a technique called sommerso, which involves layering different colours of glass and then melting them together. The result is a unique and visually striking effect making it a truly special piece.

This bowl is a valuable and collectible piece of Swedish glass design. In good vintage condition with some wear to the base and small hairline scratches in places.  The bowl and it is likely to become even more valuable over time.

 Engraved: "VickeLindstrand" and ""Kosta LH 1146"

Dimensions: W: 36cm D: 12.5cm at its widest point H: 11cm

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