Stig Lindberg

Stig Lindberg (1916-1982) is one of the most renowned representatives of the illustrious Swedish ceramic design of the 20th century. He is well-known for his constant creativity and exceptional eye for shapes, proportions and patterns. Stig worked for the Gustavsberg factory in 1937-1980. He is represented at the Swedish National Museum of Art and Design. You may use our photos anyway you like, if you mention our name "Mother Sweden" and provide a link to our website.
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Stig Lindberg (1950s) Gorgeous Green  Pink and Gray Faience Vase

Stig Lindberg (1950s) Gorgeous Green Pink and Gray Faience Vase

Stig Lindberg (Falling Leaf) Two Colorful Cups

Stig Lindberg (Falling Leaf) Two Colorful Cups

Stig Lindberg (Bersa 1961) Two Iconic Flat Bowls with Lid

Stig Lindberg's iconic flat bowls with lid from the Bersa series. Hand crafted vintage pottery from Gustavsberg.

Stig Lindberg (Adam

Stig Lindberg (Adam

Stig Lindberg (Olive Tree) Two Colorful Cups

Stig Lindberg (Olive Tree) Two Colorful Cups

Stig Lindberg (1960s) Wonderful Wall Plaque "The Flower Couple"

Stig Lindberg (1960s) Wonderful Wall Plaque "The Flower Couple"

Stig Lindberg (1950s) Two Lovely Quadratic Faience Dishes

Stig Lindberg (1950s) Two Lovely Quadratic Faience Dishes

Stig Lindberg (1950s) Polychrome Falling Leaf Faience Bowl

Stig Lindberg (1950s) Polychrome Falling Leaf Faience Bowl

Stig Lindberg (Pynta 1962) Iconic Small Bowl with Lid

Stig Lindberg (Pynta 1962) Iconic Small Bowl with Lid

Stig Lindberg (1950s) Grand Yellow Faience Leaf Dish

Stig Lindberg (1950s) Grand Yellow Faience Leaf Dish

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