Dedicated to the danemark, this whole salad bowl and glass pitcher touched us in the heart. The finesse of execution, the transparency games and the not so common lines of these glasswork pieces had a terribly attractive charm. Small bubbles taken a and there and junctions visible in the glass indicated a relatively old manufacture.
It was therefore necessary to satisfy our curiosity and to carry out the investigation: this beautiful Scandinavian dishes in pressed glass and glass paste was designed by jacob e. Bang for the glass factory holmegaard in the 1930s-40s. A training architect, he was the first designer to imagine glassware for this renowned Danish factory, still in operation today. If the instructions of the period were to design high quality, democratic and functional dishes for domestic use, the pieces drawn by bang become objects of collection today these are very nice ancient objects to slip into his kitchen.
The rooms are old and in perfect condition. Designed by jacob bang for the house holmegaard at the danemark in the 1930s-40s, they are made of pressed glass and glass paste, very nice bill. From 8 to 10.5cm in diameter and 16cm in height for the pitcher. 27cm in diameter and 10cm in height for the salad bowl.
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This item is made of glass.