Rorstrand Bla Eld Midcentury Tableware Collection by Hertha Bengtson
Three Blue Fire midcentury tableware items by Hertha Bengtson for the Rörstrand Porcelain Factory of Sweden, 1951 to 1971.
Three Blue Fire midcentury tableware items by Hertha Bengtson for the Rörstrand Porcelain Factory of Sweden, 1951 to 1971.

Blue Midcentury Bla Eld Collection by Hertha Bengtson for Rorstrand

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Part Number:713
  • Material:Ceramic, Creamware
  • Color:Blue
Three Scandinavian Blå Eld / Blue Fire midcentury tableware items designed in 1949 by Hertha Bengtson (1917-1993) and manufactured by the Rörstrand Porcelain Factory of Sweden from 1951 to 1971. The Blå Eld line of creamware is considered a Rörstrand classic. This collection consists of a teardrop-shaped bowl or vase form that is also part of Sweden's Nationalmuseum collection of art and design. The piece is accompanied by a milk pitcher / creamer and a sugar bowl creating a set that would elevate the look of any breakfast tray. Each piece is in very good, undamaged condition with a glossy deep blue glaze over an embossed herringbone pattern; all with printed Rorstrand / Made in Sweden marks on the base. The bowl/vase measures: 3.38 in height x 3.88 in. diameter The milk/creamer measures: 4 in. height x 3 in. wide The sugar bowl measures: 3.25 in. height x 3.75 in. wide

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