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Besides some minor graphic works for Guido the years in Sweden were decisive for his budding career as a glass designer. It was at Orrefors that he studied their masterful glass engraving techniques which eventually were to put Simon Gate and Edward Hald at the world stage in Paris Guido and Edward Hald became good friends and Guido was later, with the help of Bohemian artist Franz Pelzel, to transplant his understanding of glass engraving to Italy with his engraved designs at Ferro Toso and later S. The rare catalogue, which unfortunately lacks illustrations, reveals that Andre Rioda who died the year after showcased a number of works for Arte Decorativa Vetraria.

In addition the couple also showed recent pieces made at Ferro Toso which altogether must have been a rather impressive body of work. It is important to note that their works are not mentioned as collaborations. Exactly what they showed has been almost impossible to know since there are no photos from the exhibition in the Liljevalchs archives.

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A lidded red urn said to be by Guido was however acquired by the National Museum in Stockholm and a similar urn attributed to Guido surfaced on the Swedish auction market a few years ago. Barover-Mentasi had found that the murrine in the mosaico vase matched similar triangular murrine illustrated in a Dating orrefors ariel magazine Architettura e Arti Decorative showing glass by Anna that was exhibited in Stockholm. Interestingly this vase was signed with a comet, meaning that Anna and Guido, at least occasionally, were using the same signature. One of the chalices is today in a Torinese private collection and is illustrated in Il vetro a Venezia The gourd-shaped vase has never been illustrated in any Swedish or Italian publication on glass, and unfortunately never even been on display either.

The strong resemblance in form and colour to the vase in the middle of the magazine illustration and the fact that it belonged to a Swedish architect make a very strong case for it having been a part of the Liljevalchs exhibition of Italian design in The catalogue does specify that Guido's art glass designs for Barovier used the zanfirico technique. It is a shame that glass of this extraordinary quality and importance by Anna has not received much recognition while, on the other hand, the early career of her husband Guido has. To him, decoration was less important than the qualities inherent in the glass.

Under Lindstrand's influence, Graal glass became heavier still, with even thicker casing. Some of the pieces he created in the s were quite massive. Simon Gate died inthe year after Hald retired, and a new generation of designers took over. One, Edvin Ohrstrom, pioneered Ariel glass. The design was sandblasted onto a piece of blown glass Dating orrefors ariel on a pontil rod and known as a gather. The gather was then reheated and cased in another layer of glass, trapping bubbles of air that enhanced the engraved design. Another new designer, Nils Landberg, created Serpentine glass, while a third, Sven Palmqvist, produced opalescent Kantara and Selena and developed his interest in coloured glass with the Sang de Boeuf Bulls' Blood range and Ravenna glass.

Palmqvist also contributed Kraka glass, which showed a fine mesh of coloured threads and tiny bubbles. One s designer to look out for whose work is increasingly appreciated is Ingeborg Lundin, who was fascinated by the way glass could be moulded; she designed a range of elegant, thinly-blown tableware. Some of her work was surrealistic, such as a vase engraved with disembodied heads and feet. Her famous giant-size apple vase of was of very simple form, the pale yellow glass shading upwards to a dark green opening. However, Scandinavian glass is still not recognized by many for what it is, and smaller pieces might be found fairly cheaply at local auctions, smaller antiques fairs or even car boot sales.

Because they were finished off in the furnace, pieces have a fluid look to them. Very big, thick pieces of Graal were probably made in the s. Ariel glass has a bubbly look to it. At first, Ohrstrom used designs copied from Picasso drawings, then began to feature sea creatures and figures in underwater scenes well suited to the technique.


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