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Kosta Boda glasses designed by Bertil Vallien. 1984.

Kosta Boda glasses designed by Bertil Vallien. 1984.
Kosta Boda glasses designed by Bertil Vallien. 1984.
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Kosta Boda glasses designed by Bertil Vallien. 1984.
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Kosta Boda glasses designed by Bertil Vallien. 1984.
Kosta Boda glasses designed by Bertil Vallien. 1984.
$19.90
  • SKU: SCAN-NOP-00591502

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Bertil Vallien was born in 1938, in the small suburb of Sollentuna, to the north of Stockholm. He and his siblings were raised in a strict, religious atmosphere, grounded in the fervent precepts of the pentecostal movement, to which their parents belonged. But there were also other influences - he came into contact with people of different backgrounds and different sets of values, among them a journalist and an artist. Bertil delighted in throwing off pots, and the larger the better - finding important expression in the texture of the clay itself. Apart from loving his work he also fell in love with Ulrica Hydman, a student of ceramics, a grade or two below him, whom he eventually married.
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SizeText 7" x 5"

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