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Mid-Century Modern2076 of 2610Vintage GrindleyWest Bend Water Pitcher
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Posted 5 years ago


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This is 1 of 2 that I have. The bottoms are signed PO. STROM 70. This is created by swedish artist PER OLAF STROM IN 1970. There are 3 glass layers, orange outside, milk glass white, layered with clear glass overlay inside. Just beautiful in person and that's really all I KNOW;)
Thanks for looking.


  1. kelkat kelkat, 5 years ago
    Thank you! I got a great deal on them, which makes them just a little prettier:)
  2. kisslikeether kisslikeether, 5 years ago
    These Alsterfors pieces by Ström are highly sort-after & this example is a particularly good one!
  3. vetraio50 vetraio50, 5 years ago
    I agree with everyone. Now tell us, there are two? The second one id different?
    I know a few people here who will be able to tell you more about them.
    Love 'em!
    Thanks for sharing!
  4. kelkat kelkat, 5 years ago
    They are identical in shape and color, they are just 2 different sizes. You can kind of see the smaller one in 2nd pic. The smaller one has a small chip on the inside rim, on the clear glass, so really hard to see. I bought that one for $15.00, the bigger one is perfect, I bought that one for $25.00. But I am not sure how much the chip effects value. I have not been able to find the orange ones online, only green.Thanks so much for the comments:)
  5. art-of-glass art-of-glass, 5 years ago
    oh my god! you lucky s0 & so!!! Great bargains!!

    These were made in three different sizes. I just managed to buy, without realising it, the largest of the three sizes. I'll post a pic once I receive it.
    I've only ever seen them in three colours: light blue, green and orange.

  6. kelkat kelkat, 5 years ago
    I think we both scored! What size is the large one? I would love to see pics!:)
  7. art-of-glass art-of-glass, 5 years ago
    Measurement across the top:
    The smallest is 13cm.
    Medium is 16cm.
    Largest is 18cm.

    I think these were only made during 1970 & 1971, I don't think I've seen any dated earlier than that and oddly, they don't appear in the 1970 trade catalogue(none of these 'stepped' designs appear in the catalogue).

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