Almost the entire Svenskt Tenn range is manufactured in Sweden
This vase was designed in 2009 by Carina Seth Andersson, who also created the Dagg vase. Both are made at Skrufs glassworks in Småland, Sweden.
The cast iron acorn, despite its neat appearance, weighs enough to hold up any door. It is made by Roslagsgjuteriet in Herräng, Sweden.
In Svenskt Tenn's spring exhibition in 1942, the Hortus pot was shown in red, green and blue. It is made in Reijmyre, Östergötland, Sweden.
The carpet factory Kasthall in Kinna has woven and tufted carpets since 1889.
This family-owned business manufactures Svenskt Tenn’s most advanced pewter and brass products.
The only manufacturer of rattan furniture in Sweden is located in a cellar in the old town of Stockholm.
O.H. Sjögren’s furniture factory in Tranås has been producing upholstered furniture for Svenskt Tenn since 1982.
A few miles north of Norrköping is Reijmyre Glassworks that dates back to 1810.
The Cabinet-making Eriksson & Söner manufactures furniture in solid materials, with the traditional, proven methods.