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Josef Frank and Estrid Ericson were fond of map prints, and Josef Frank created a total of four during his years at Svenskt Tenn.
Ten years have passed since Carina Seth Andersson designed the Dagg vase for Svenskt Tenn. Learn more about the vase and the designer’s thoughts.
Vänskapsknuten has become a classic in Svenskt Tenn’s range, both due to its form and its meaning. Here you can read all about the history.
When Erika created the plant pots for Svenskt Tenn, botany was part of the inspiration, as was the human need to arrange items.
The base of candle holder Flow has a soft shape that makes the pewter appear as if it accidentally has flowed and hardened.
In the summer house called Tolvekarna on Tyresö, Estrid Ericson came up with the idea of letting acorns sprout in a single small glass vase.
The candle holder is classic and timeless in its form, and has been part of Svenskt Tenn's range for almost 70 years.
The Hortus pot in glass is manufactured at Reijmyre glassworks in Östergötland, and seven craftsmen are involved in the process from start to finish.
Ann Wåhlström designed the vase collection Iris for Svenskt Tenn in 2009, after which additional colours and sizes have been released.
With a distinct aesthetic and vast knowledge within her field, Anna Petrus pioneered the way for pewter and highlighted its many uses.
During World War II, Josef Frank went into exile and travelled from Sweden to New York. There he created an outstanding collection of prints.