A Plate A Day: Stig Lindberg  http://aplateaday.blogspot.com/search?q=lindberg

Gorgeous painted leaves on this ceramic dish.

Berså porcelain manufactured  in Sweden by Gustavsberg in between 1960 and 1974, designed by Stig Lindberg

Stig Lindberg Bersa Collection Photography Scandinavian design Kitchen Decor Kitchenware tea cup Photography of the wonderful Bersa pieces on a

Salix cup and saucer by Stig Lindberg for Gustavsberg

Stig Lindberg "SALIX" cup and saucer for Gustavsberg,1954-1965, near mint

Salix cup and saucer by Stig Lindberg for Gustavsberg by debbie

'Blue Aster' teacups 1970's, Stig Lindberg (1916-1982),

'Blue Aster' teacups by Stig Lindberg

Adam by Stig Lindberg.

My Paisley World: Stig Lindberg Ceramics

Stig Lindberg, love the feather illustrations

Agyagra krumpli nyomdával, textilfilccel Stig Lindberg, love the feather illustrations

"Eva" by Stig Lindberg for Gustavsbergs Porcelain Factory. So much like Orla Kiely. Wonderful designs!

Pattern Eva by Stig Lindberg

Mid Century Scandinavian Saucers // by RankandFileVintage on Etsy

Mid Century Scandinavian Saucers // Rörstrand of Sweden // Black & Yellow

Mid Century Scandinavian Saucers // Rörstrand of Sweden // Black & Yellow on Etsy, Sold

Scandinavian china, by Stig Lindberg--i love this pattern! We had these dishes when I was a child.

Stig Lindberg, love the feather illustrations

Beautiful! Rörstrand Tango Tea Cup Designed By Marianne Westman - $25

Rörstrand Tango Tea Cup Designed By Marianne Westman - Scandinavian Mid Century Modern Hand Painted Cup

Rörstrand Tango Tea Cup Designed By Marianne Westman - Danish Modern hand painted cup.

tekoppar, Afrika, Rörstrand

tekoppar, Afrika, Rörstrand love them

STIG LINDBERG, advertising for Adam & Eva bone china service, 1959, manufactured by Gustavsberg, Sweden. / design-is-fine

STIG LINDBERG, advertising for Adam & Eva bone china service, manufactured by Gustavsberg, Sweden.

Mon Amie  Mon Amie (French for “my friend”) made its debut back in the 1950s, when Marianne Westman created the now classic decorative pattern one rainy Midsummer Eve. Over the years the blue floral decoration has become something of an icon for Rörstrand. Marianne was a true pioneer within her genre and has even been called “the mother of Swedish porcelain”.

Mon Amie Dinnerware by Marianne Westman

Zebra - Uppsala Ekeby  Makes my morning cuppa taste even better!

Zebra - Uppsala Ekeby Makes my morning cuppa taste even better!

"Oliv" by Rörstrand

"Oliv" by Rörstrand

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