Wilhelm Kage

Wilhelm Kage (1889-1960) is one of the most well-known representatives of the illustrious Swedish ceramic design of the 20th century. He was the artistic leader for Gustavsberg in the 1930s and 1940s and is often called the father of Swedish modernism. Kage 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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Wilhelm Kage (1950s) Vigorous Bulb Vase

Wilhelm Kage (1950s) Vigorous Bulb Vase

Wilhelm Kage (1950s) Amazing Discus Vase (Blue)

Wilhelm Kage (1950s) Amazing Discus Vase (Blue)

Wilhelm Kage (1950s) Amazing Discus Vase

Wilhelm Kage (1950s) Amazing Discus Vase

Wilhelm Kage (Surrea 1936) Iconic Large Bowl

Wilhelm Kage (Surrea 1936) Iconic Large Bowl

Wilhelm Kage (Surrea 1936) Iconic Surrealist Split Vase

Wilhelm Kage (Surrea 1936) Iconic Surrealist Split Vase

Wilhelm Kage (Surrea 1936) Large Asymmetric Bowl

Wilhelm Kage (Surrea 1936) Large Asymmetric Bowl

Wilhelm Kåge (Carrara 1934) Large graceful vase

Wilhelm Kage is one of the most well-known representatives of the illustrious Swedish ceramic design of the century.

Wilhelm Kåge (Surrea 1936) Large enchanting bowl

Wilhelm Kage is one of the most renowned representatives of the illustrious Swedish ceramic design of the century.

Wilhelm Kåge (1930's) Iconic Argenta vase

Iconic Argenta vase by Wilhelm Kåge Gustavsberg

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