Bengt Edenfalk designed this charming vase in the 1960's. The square form is decorated with two children, holding hands and pointing at a pair of geese flying overhead. The detail is stunning and the play of light on the polished edges of the vase is exceptional. This beautiful vase is 5.25" x 2" x 6.5"h, and it weighs 4 pounds, 2 ounces. It is in very good condition, with only minor scratches, not unusual for its age. It is copper-wheel engraved, and signed on its base with the company name, Skruf.
Skruf was founded in 1897 by a former manager from Johansfors Glassworks. Originally, the company produced mainly simple drinking glasses and preserve jars. From 1910 onwards, they produced an extensive line of tableware. Most pieces were designed by Magni Magnusson, until 1953, when Bengt Edenfalk joined Skruf as the chief designer. While at Skruf, Edenfalk developed the famous Thalatta technique, which is similar to the Ariel technique, but more difficult to master because the design is applied while the glass is hot. Edenfalk left Skruf in 1978 to work for Kosta. Other designers who worked at Skruf are Lars Hellsten and Ingegerd Råman.
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