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Tableware from the Doyenne of Swedish Glass

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Tableware from the Doyenne of Swedish Glass

March 31, 2016


Some of our favorite glassware is from Swedish designer Ingegerd Råman for Skruf, a Swedish glass studio—one of the few left—that’s been making glass pieces since 1897. Råman, who lives in a former school building in Skåne that was renovated by Claesson Koivisto Rune, has devoted her life to the art of fine mouth-blown glass. She worked with Orrefors, Sweden’s former leading glassworks, for 14 years until its closure in 2013; her works have been shown at the National Museum in Stockholm, the Victoria & Albert Museum in London, and the Museum of Arts and Crafts in Copenhagen, to name a few. She’s had pieces commissioned by the Swedish Royal family and holds the Professors Title of Honor from the Swedish government.

You can source Råman’s work for Skruf from Mjölk in Toronto, Heath Ceramics in California, and Artilleriet in Sweden.

N.B.: Ikea is launching a collection by Råman’s called Viktigt, which includes a line of glassware, this spring. The line will be available in the US in late May.

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Above: The Bellman Pitcher Kanna is Råman’s mouth-blown interpretation of a classic glass pitcher; $120 CAD ($92 USD) at Mjölk.

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Above: The Bellman Juice Glass Set of 2 is $95 CAD ($73 USD).

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Above: The Corked Wine Carafe is $90 CAD ($70 USD).

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Above: The Wine Glass is $85 CAD ($65 USD) each at Mjolk

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Above: The Brannvin Glass Set of 2 (Brännvin is a type of light Swedish vodka) is $135 CAD ($104 USD).

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Above: The Water Carafe with Cup was originally designed in 1968; $120 CAD ($92 USD).

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Above: The Bellman Glass Jar for Skruf is 275 SEK ($33.95) from Artilleriet.

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Above: The Bellman Glass Mixing Bowl is 795 SEK ($98.15) from Artilleriet.

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Above: The Bellman Line is available from Heath Ceramics; prices start at $80 for the Bellman Sherry Glass.

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