A classic Christmas table setting where grand, festive and sumptuous are the leading features. This is how we set the table for the holiday season.
Early dawn-fresh summer mornings and the scent of resin inspired Carina Seth Andersson to create the vase Dagg (Dew).
Estrid Ericson often decorated items by putting something else on them. The small boxes in pewter are Svenskt Tenn’s own design.
This linen cushion has the Celotocaulis print. Celotocaulis was originally designed by Josef Frank in 1930.
Josef Frank designed Vänskapsknuten (the Knot of Friendship) as a symbol of friendship and peace at a time when Europe was filled with turmoil.
The andirons in Anna Petrus' classic lion design were shown in Svenskt Tenn’s catalog as early as in 1931, then made of brass.
Vegetable plants from Italy were undeniably Josef Frank’s inspiration for the Italian Dinner print. Josef Frank designed this print in 1943-1945.
The pewter lion was designed in 1926 with inspiration from the Far East, by Anna Petrus, an artist recognised for her lion sculptures and reliefs.
By decorating the tree with a mix of old, antique and inherited items, along with modern designs and newly discovered favourites, you create a unique and personal style.
For the holiday season 2022, Svenskt Tenn is collaborating for the second time with British artist and designer Luke Edward Hall.
The store at Strandvägen 5 has been transformed into a magical Christmas world filled with decorations, table settings and gifts.
Did you know that our profits go to world leading research in ecological economics, environmental conservation and medicine? By shopping with us, you are part of making this possible.
Our opening hours in the store are extended on certain dates during the month of December. Here you can see the current opening hours.
How to arrange the holiday flowers in Svenskt Tenn’s vases. See the inspiration from Millesgården in Stockholm.