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  • Svenskt Tenn Eldskarm CPB 2101 Gjutjärn

Fire Place Screen CPB 2101 Cast-iron

1,850 USD (inkl. moms)

CPB 2101, Is the first product designed by Prince Carl Philip and Eric Ericson in 2010. Inspired by events from the Swedish history, this cast iron piece with brass details depicts the silhouette of the Tre Kronor Palace. It is crafted for Svenskt Tenn by the Lyrestad foundry.

  • Material: Cast-iron

The product is handcrafted after ordering. Contact Svenskt Tenn's Customer Service for information and to place your order.

  • Product information

    CPB 2101, Is the first product designed by Prince Carl Philip and Eric Ericson in 2010. Inspired by events from the Swedish history, this cast iron piece with brass details depicts the silhouette of the Tre Kronor Palace. It is crafted for Svenskt Tenn by the Lyrestad foundry.

    Art nr: 105973

    Design: Eric Ericson & Prins Carl Philip Bernadotte
    Material: Cast iron and brass
    Height: 44 cm
    Width:60 cm
    Weight: 12 kg

  • Designer: Prins Carl Philip & Eric Ericson

    Prince Carl Philip Bernadotte completed a two-year programme in graphic design at Forsberg’s School in Stockholm in 2006. In the spring of 2007 he continued his studies at the renowned Rhode Island School of Design in the USA. Since then he has designed items for many well-known companies.

    Hans Eric Ericson is a designer and an author. His breakthrough as a writer came in 2003 with the book Letters to society. The book contains letters that Ericson sent to organisations in Sweden, along with the answers he received. As a designer, Ericson has distinguished himself for the same type of artfulnes that characterises his writing.