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  • Glass Skär Tre - 30 cl, Glass, Gustaf Nordenskiöld | Svenskt Tenn

Glass Skär Tre Art nr. 105195

240 SEK (inkl. moms)

The “Skär” or “Cut” glass is based on traditional glass cutting and grinding techniques, but the cuts are more defined, like tracks in the glass. The name refers to the incisions that are physically made in the glass when it is ground, but it also refers to the islets (skär) and rocks found in nature. The glasses make a luxurious impression but they are easy to use and stackable. They come in three different patterns and are mouth-blown and ground in Sweden. Designed exclusively for Svenskt Tenn in 2014.

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240 SEK
Including VAT
  • Product information

    The “Skär” or “Cut” glass is based on traditional glass cutting and grinding techniques, but the cuts are more defined, like tracks in the glass. The name refers to the incisions that are physically made in the glass when it is ground, but it also refers to the islets (skär) and rocks found in nature. The glasses make a luxurious impression but they are easy to use and stackable. They come in three different patterns and are mouth-blown and ground in Sweden. Designed exclusively for Svenskt Tenn in 2014.

    Design: Gustaf Nordenskiöld
    Material: Glass
    Height: 10 cm
    Diameter: 8 cm
    Volume: 30 cl
    Dishwater safe

  • Designer

    Gustaf Nordenskiöld is an artist, designer and curator based in Stockholm. He has had a number of exhibitions in Sweden as well as abroad and is represented at Nationalmuseum in Stockholm, Röhsska Museum in Gothenburg, the Malmö Art Museum, ASU Art Museum in the US and the Ceramics Museum in Vallauris, France.