Another one of Stig Lindberg's amazing designs, this collection first came into production in 1955.
Achieving fame for his eccentric form and whimsical decor, Lindberg's work has been in the heart of every modern home, bringing sunshine and delight to generations. He studied painting in Sweden's famous Konstfack University College of Arts, Crafts and Design and has garnered several gold medals in numerous international design festivals during his time. Named as art director of Gustavsbergs Porslin Factory in 1937, his work has earned him the name "Fantasy Man".
This cup is masterfully crafted by Gustavsbergs Porslin Factory. Founded in 1825 in Sweden (the only Nordic country with such a tradition since the 1800's), it is the country's last remaining porcelain factory.
Gustavsberg's specialty is bone china. With its rich history and mastery of the craft, it has produced great novelties of genuine bone china. The porcelain factory is one of the first in Europe to learn the delicate art of producing bone china and is still one of the very few manufacturers of porcelain white gold.
Collector's piece / Reproduction
Proudly crafted in Gustavsberg, Sweden
Dishwasher and microwave proof, however NOT oven proof since it's bone china.
Having been specially crafted by Gustavsberg's traditional process, this piece has small irregularities, uneven colors and may slightly differ in hue from other pieces. These are characteristics of handmade items and are unique to Gustavsberg. It has passed the company and importer's quality test.