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Gerda Stromberg - Cotton Jar with cap - Strombergshyttan 1933-34.

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    Posted 8 years ago

    rebessin
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    Cotton Jar, model number X2.
    Design: Gerda Stromberg for Strombergshyttan 1933-34.
    The model series X2 includes also perfume bottle with cutted stopper, hand water bottle, powder box, button box and tray. I have only the cotton jar. These are among the first models Gerda Stromberg designed for Strombergshyttan, about 1933-34.

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    1. austrohungaro austrohungaro, 8 years ago
      I love you're saving this to collections according the designer. That's a huge help for we who don't usually know who designed what :)

      I am really surprised at how amazingly modern gerda's designs are.
    2. rebessin rebessin, 8 years ago
      Thanks, "austro"! Yes she had quite modern style. If you compare with the glass produced for Lindefors (at the same factory) 1928-31, Gerdas glass from 1933 and forwards differ a lot.

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