Estrid Ericson began laminating textiles on trays back in the 1950s and the concept was carried over to placemats. They are now available in Josef Frank’s bold textiles and are suitable for everyday use as well as for special occasions. Josef Frank designed the Guldfisk print during his first years in Sweden, 1934-1940. Later, while living in New York, 1943-1945, he developed it further. The print is composed of flower-covered hills, waterlily ponds with goldfish and birds against blue skies.
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