Ceramicist at Gustavsberg porcelain manufactory. Succeeded Wilhelm K├ąge as director of Gustavsberg in 1949. Prior to his appointment as director, Lindberg had set up an experimental studio at the factory in 1942. Also designed glassware and textiles.

We have 12 objects that Stig Lindberg has been involved with.

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