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This wonderful studio art glass bowl or wide-mouth vase was made by Severin Brorby who was the designer for Hadeland Glassverks from 1956-1984. Hadeland, founded in the 1760s, is Norway’s oldest continuously operating industrial company. Brorby left Hadeland in 1984, but continued to produce art glass. Brorby has works displayed in museum all over the world, including the Corning Museum in New York. He died in 2001.
This art glass bowl is crafted with blue geese or ducks flying in an opaque white background with soft browns and golds on the lower part. It is 7” tall with a 7 ½” mouth; it is about 8 ½” at its widest in the middle of the bowl. This piece is very substantial, weighing about 8 lbs. 12 oz. The bowl is signed in the bottom Hadeland SB, the SB, of course, being Severin Brorby. It is in excellent condition with no cracks or chips.
This piece is one of many in an art glass collection that we recently acquired.
What a great find to add to your art glass collection or just as an accent piece on your shelf. Please contact us if you have any questions.
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Signed Severin Brorby Studio Art Glass Bowl from Hadeland Glassworks
$239 USD SALE PENDING
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