A Large Swedish Ceramic Glazed Vase, Now a Lamp

Circa 1925

Item Number: 8964

Location: Greenwich Village


Dimensions

Height: 31 in.

Height: 78.7 cm.

A nice big gorgeous lamp with an attractive color. The circular neck, above a ribbed and cascading body. Model marked on the base: D240-1703 Bo Fajans

In overall great condition. Lamp is museum wired and therefor not drilled so the lighting elements can be removed reverting to a vase.

Ewald Dahlskog (1894-1950) was an renowned Swedish artist of the early 20th Century. Dahlskog began his career as a painter and gradually applied himself to create glassware at Kosta and exquisite marquetry pieces characteristic of the Swedish Grace Movement. In 1929 he joined Bo Fajans where he revitalized the company with his distinctive geometric faience vases. His work is included in the collection of the Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York and the Nationalmuseum, Stockholm.

Category: Lighting, Lamps