ANTIQUES

Lampe Erik Höglund

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€ 5,300

Ref. GL90193

HEIGHT

50 cm / 19.69 inch

DIAMETER

35 cm / 13.78 inch

WEIGHT

4.00 kg / 8.82 lbs

STOCK

1 In-Stock
Erik Höglund was a Swedish artist known for his experimental work with amber glass. His glass bottles, chandeliers, and candelabras are recognisable by their delicate, geometric designs. For example, in this chandelier dating from 1970, the artist balanced cup-like glass fixtures on top of a spherical, metal structure. Born in 1932 in Karlskrona, Sweden, he studied sculpture at the University of Arts, Crafts, and Design in Stockholm. At age 25, Höglund became the youngest artist to ever receive the Lunning Prize, awarded annually to up-and-coming Scandinavian designers. He worked as a designer for Boda Glassworks from 1953–1973, quickly becoming celebrated for his strong use of color and embossed animal designs. Höglund died in 1988 in Sweden. Today, his work is held in the collections of the Blekinge museum in Karlskrona, the Nationalmuseum in Stockholm, and the Cooper-Hewitt Design Museum in New York, among others.

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Lampe Erik Höglund

CRYSTAL AND FINISH GUIDE

CRYSTALS
Rock Crystal / Quartz

Rock Crystal / Quartz

In the 18th Century, the royal chandeliers were treated as jewellery, Their pendants were in 'pure water crystal' - natural crystal/quartz.

18th Century Crystal

18th Century Crystal

Before Lead crystal was discovered, the glass was mixed with Manganese, Tungstene or other materials. These materials used to give a smoky, violet or yellow tint to the glass. Our 18th Century Crystal recreates this effect, making it perfect for pieces that need to look antique or fit in a collection.

Bohemian Crystal

Bohemian Crystal

The 19th Century is the great avent of Lead Crystal - commonly known as simply “crystal”. Our suppliers in Eastern Europe create pure and transparent Crystal, which we call Bohemian.

Finish
Gun Finish
Gun Finish
Médaille
Médaille
Antique Silver
Antique Silver
Silver
Silver
Antique Gold
Antique Gold
Royal Gold
Royal Gold