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- Our sheet glass exhibition
- Our pantograph
- Our guilloché machines
- Our presses
- Our semi-automatic bottle machine
- Our glass artefacts




Some of our glass objects


Stained and lustered

of which we don't have much: a few examples from Hovamntorpps Nya and some anonymous.
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stained and lustered

Guilloché glasses

Service Lina

Found in the Kosta catalogues from 1926, 1933, 1940.
We have a couple of examples from the Lina service.
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Lina: detail
Service Joel

Found in the Kosta catalogue from 1944, and the one without publishing year.
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Joel: detail

 

Pantographed glasses, for which we also own the templates:

Service Bero

Manufactured by Eda, who also showed it at the Stockholm exhibition in 1930, later made by Kosta.
According to Kulturparken Småland it was designed by Gerda Strömberg.
Found in the Kosta catalogue from 1944. (Should anybody know during which period it was manufactured, please contact us!)
We olny have the small tumbler, height 6,5 cm.
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Bero: detail
Service Elon

Found in the catalogue from 1944.
We have examples of 8 different sizes of Elon.
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Elon: detail
Service Evald

Possibly designed by Evald Dahlskog.
Found in the catalogue from 1944. (Should anybody know during which period it was manufactured, please contact us!)
This glass is 13 cm high.
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Evald: detail
Kosta 480

A service we don't know the name of - but we own three different templates. (Should anybody know the name of the service, or when it was manufactured, please contact us!)
One of the templates is signed with what we interpret as F Heintze.
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On our blog (opens in new window) there are more examples.
Kosta 480: detail