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1923

  • Work on this object began.

1929

  • Work on this object ended.

2002

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Covered Vessel (Sweden), designed 1923, executed 1929

This is a Covered vessel. It was designed by Edward Hald and manufactured by Orrefors and executor: Ragnar Rosenstam. It is dated designed 1923, executed 1929 and we acquired it in 2002. Its medium is blown clear glass with engraved decoration. It is a part of the Product Design and Decorative Arts department.

This object was donated by Torsten Broehan. It is credited Gift of Torsten Broehan, Berlin.

Its dimensions are

Height with lid 37cm (14 9/16 in.); Diameter 10.6cm (4 3/16 in. )

It has the following markings

Etched on bottom of base: Of H 270 29 RR

It is signed

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It is inscribed

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Cite this object as

Covered Vessel (Sweden), designed 1923, executed 1929; Designed by Edward Hald (Swedish, 1883–1980); blown clear glass with engraved decoration; Height with lid 37cm (14 9/16 in.); Diameter 10.6cm (4 3/16 in. ); Gift of Torsten Broehan, Berlin; 2002-18-1-a,b

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