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  • Angel Hope - Pewter, Lehna Edwall | Svenskt Tenn
  • Angel Hope - Pewter, Lehna Edwall | Svenskt Tenn

Angel Hope Pewter

130 USD (incl. VAT)

The Unite Hope angel was created by artist and designer Lehna Edwall in 2004. One year later the sculpture began to be used in connection with the global art project “Unitehopeproject,” initiated by Lehna. The angel became a symbol of hope, peace and compassion. By travelling with the angel and giving it away as a gift to a person, a place and its people, its message is spread, uniting people all over the world. The original sculpture is 70 centimetres high, weighs 40 kilogrammes and is cast in concrete. Svenskt Tenn’s smaller version fits on a table or in a glass cabinet, and is made of timeless pewter. Find out more about Lehna’s art project: www.unitehopeproject.com.

  • Material: Pewter

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  • Product information

    The Unite Hope angel was created by artist and designer Lehna Edwall in 2004. One year later the sculpture began to be used in connection with the global art project “Unitehopeproject,” initiated by Lehna. The angel became a symbol of hope, peace and compassion. By travelling with the angel and giving it away as a gift to a person, a place and its people, its message is spread, uniting people all over the world. The original sculpture is 70 centimetres high, weighs 40 kilogrammes and is cast in concrete. Svenskt Tenn’s smaller version fits on a table or in a glass cabinet, and is made of timeless pewter. Find out more about Lehna’s art project: www.unitehopeproject.com.

    Art nr: 109282

    Design: Lehna Edwall
    Material: Pewter
    Height: 9,5 cm
    Diameter: 3,8 cm

  • Designer: Lehna Edwall

    Lehna is an artist, designer, set designer and costumer designer in Stockholm. She was educated as a fashion designer in London and has a degree in scenography from the Stockholm Academy of Dramatic Art. Lehna has worked with everything from fashion and product design in retail to costume and production design in film, theatre, TV and advertising. Several well-known Swedish artists have worn her clothing.

    Today Lehna works mainly as an artist, set designer and costume designer for the Royal Dramatic Theatre, Stockholm City Theatre, Dansens Hus and Swedish television, among others. Her own art is represented at Levi’s Museum in San Francisco and she has had exhibitions at art galleries such as Liljevalchs spring salon, Waldermarsudde, Göteborgs Konsthall and Kulturhuset in Ytterjärna. In 2005 Lehna started the global peace and art project Unite Hope.

  • Care instructions

    Pewter is a soft material that requires careful treatment. We recommend using cotton gloves when handling pewter. Objects that are not being used can be stored in a plastic or felt bag to avoid scratching.

    It is generally recommended to avoid using polish on pewter, since it can cause scratches. To remove fingerprints and other stains, rinse the pewter in warm water with a small amount of dish detergent. Dry with a soft cloth. For more advanced cleaning of pewter objects we recommend a professional restorer, for example, KA Johnsson in Stockholm.

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