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SKULTUNA 1607 - THE ANCIENT TRADITION OF MODERNITY For over 400 years the lustre of Skultuna brass has illuminated the world. With classic designs from the time of our founder King Karl IX of Sweden, as well as with ground breaking antiquities of tomorrow by leading international designers like GamFratesi, Lara Bohinc, Luca Nichetto, Monica Fรถrster, Richard Hutten and Claesson Koivisto Rune to name a few. And herein lies the formula to why today Skultuna can be found at leading department stores all around the world, has won a number of international design awards and regularly exhibits at the leading international design fairs - we have always been, and will always be, one part traditional craftsmanship and one part modernity. The result can be seen in the following pages and at skultuna.com


THE DESIGNER In the latest few years I developed a series of everyday objects for Skultuna, which are openly informed by the modern Italian design legacy; by merging this cultural heritage with that of the prestigious Swedish design company, I tried to highlight diversity, dialogue and exchange as key elements for the definition of a truly contemporary material culture. I’m writing this text from Milan. Other designers are probably doing the same from other cities around Europe. Skilled craftsmen are then working with our objects at the historic factory in Skultuna, while probably someone from the other side of the world is purchasing these objects on the web. We have elements to think that this amazing collaborative and multi-disciplinary network will continue to evolve, spreading Skultuna history and tradition to an even broader audience, hopefully passing its knowledge to future generations. Paolo Dell’Elce Milano

THE POLISHER Every successful company has its secrets. Skultuna’s best kept secret is the master brass polishers like Mirsad Kaljun. For 25 years he has been the wizard of transforming the raw brown brass to a golden mirror like surface. He works his magic in the polishing workshop in Skultuna, just like the ancient masters have done for hundreds of years before him. – You can definitely feel the history in these buildings. And I for one have learnt a lot about the craft tradition from my predecessors. The secrets of brass and how to treat it best, are inherited from polisher to polisher and then you try your best to preserve and refine the tricks of the trade, says Mirsad.

THE DIRECTOR

What these tricks are, Mirsad keeps to himself. They are stored in his mind until

For more than a decade I’ve had the privilege of heading this very unique company.

it’s time to pass the knowledge on to the next in line. But he indicates that loads

Unique in the sense that it’s one of the oldest corporations in the world. Unique in

of different waxes, polishing wheels and brushes play an important part. And time.

the sense that I every day can witness a tradition of craftsmanship producing timeless pieces for selective people all over the globe. And last but not least, unique in

– Bringing about that deep golden shine is nothing you do in a haste. Patience is key.

the sense that we have stuck to our core, the captivating, gold shimmering brass, for

I guess I am quite patient as a person. Patient and meticulous.

more than four centuries. And that we intend to continue doing. For at least another 400 years.

Hopefully Mirsad’s devout relationship with brass will continue for many years to come. So that admirers of beauty all over the world, can continue to adorn their

Viktor Blomqvist

homes and public spaces with shiny golden brass pieces from Skultuna. Just like

Managing Director, Skultuna 1607

they have done since 1607.


THE MATERIAL For over four centuries brass has been the core of Skultuna. Brass is an alloy made of copper and zinc. The most important production techniques used to produce Skultuna products are sand casting, pressure die casting, turning and metal spinning. The surface is then worked upon until a golden, mirror like finish is reached with techniques like blasting, sanding, grinding and brushing. On the Fashion Accessories a thin layer of gold or silver plating is often put on top to keep them from tarnishing.

THE STORES The Skultuna Concept Store opened in 2011 in the centre of Stockholm. The store is designed by the renown Swedish architect Thomas Sandell, the goal of the shop design is to link the history and

THE FACTORY

the iconic material of Skultuna, to the present in a

Still located in the very same place, along the SvartĂĽ stream in the heartland of Sweden, as when the foundry was founded in 1607. The

the Skultuna Flagship Store opened at the factory

present impressive factory buildings from the late 19th century are the latest in a long line of buildings that have burnt down during the

in Skultuna, it is based on the same concept as the

centuries. Only to be re-erected again and again.

store in Stockholm.

classy and modern way. In the later half of 2015


THE HISTORY OF SKULTUNA 1607

1607

1671

1895

1922

1999

2014

Skultuna was founded by King Karl

The first big fire hit Skultuna, it deva-

Skultuna starts working with the design-

The original dated order to set up the

Skultuna changes owner to the pres-

The successful collaboration with the

IX of Sweden on the 11th of February

stated most of the factory. There were

er Carl Hjalmar Norrström, one of the

foundry on February 11th 1607 is found

ent one and starts the work with new

1607. This is the dated order to the local

similar fires in 1780 and in 1913.

most recognized designers at the time.

in the State Archives, the logotype is

design collaborations. Designers such

The designs are made in the ruling

changed to Skultuna 1607.

as Olof Kolte, Claesson Koivisto Rune

magistrate to set up the foundry.

1818

historical eclectic style.

London based jewellery designer Lara Bohinc is launched.

and Thomas Sandell start working for Skultuna.

The extreme spring flood in 1818 swept away most of the factory.

1950 1611

1900

The production starts. Until 1922 this

Carl Hjalmar Norrström won the Gold

was believed to be the founding year,

medal at the World Expo in Paris for a

therefore the logotype read Skultuna

magnificent baptizing font.

1611 up until 1922.

g an i n 1 607 as 1607, and King Karl IX could at ment his1619 long held plans for a Swedish try. He had a man sent off on the The year of the oldest dated product; the usiness to find a suitable location for a chandelier in the Church of our Lady in dry between Kopparberg and Västerås. first master braziers were fell on Enköping. Skultuna,The where the Svartån Walloonswater who power. broughtCharcoal the technique ided sufficient to make large like in le here how as well, there wasobjects a harbour chandeliers. d the copper mine at Falun was also una Messingsbruk was founded and ter dated 11 February 1607. The work

o u n d ry Erik XIV, Sweden had become indebof independence with mercenary r Älvsborg castle had emptied the state ould reduce imports of brass and incre-

n different workshops, each one super-

The Silversmith Pierre Forssell was employed. He contributed with fabulous products during the 1950s, 60s, and 70s. His designs are very much characterized

2015 2002 The old and classic Crown cufflink is

The new women´s fashion accessories with enamel patterns are launched.

made in eight new colors, the start of the Fashion Accessories collection.

as Scandinavian of that time.

1800 In the 15th and 16th century, the design

2016

work was part of the craftsmanship. At the end of 17th century, processes and

Skultuna launches a scented candles

work methods were standardized. This was the foundation of what we today call industrial design.

2007 1905 Carl Hjalmar Norrström designs brass objects in the new style Art Nouveau.

series.

Skultuna turns 400-years, Crown Princess Victoria visits Skultuna and inaugu-

1980

rates a memorial over the founder King Karl IX.

The famous designer Sigvard Bernadotte designs a series of products for the SB is the oldest hallmark, approximately 18251840.This is an abbreviation of Skultuna Bruk. Another hallmark common in the middle of the 19th century was SB and a crown. Stamping of products begins. SB (short

2017

dining table.

1825

Skultuna launches the first glass products with the iconic Kin candle holder

for Skultuna Bruk) is the oldest stamp in use 1825–1840.

SKULTUNA was hallmarked onto sheet works in particular during the period 18401860. For reasons of space, the mark SB continued to be applied onto certain articles, such as mortars.

series.

1911

2014

King Gustaf VI Adolf celebrates the

Skultuna wins the Wallpaper Design

300-year anniversary (on the wrong date).

Awards for the best product design.


FALL NEWS KIN SERIES IN GLASS DESIGN CLAESSON KOIVISTO RUNE


Cena : 25€ (1 svečturis)

No G763-01-Y Yellow

No G763-02-G Green

No G763-04-B Blue

No G763-05-GY Grey

No G763-03-R Red

Cena : 45€ (2 svečturi); 65€ (3 svečturi); 100€ (5 svečturi)

No G763-2-3 (Set of 2 pcs)

No G763-1-4 (Set of 2 pcs)

No G763-2-3-5 (Set of 3 pcs)

No G763-1-2-4 (Set of 3 pcs)

No G763-MU (Set of 5 pcs)

DESIGN CLAESSON KOIVISTO RUNE

KIN GLASS DESIGN CLAESSON KOIVISTO RUNE Kin is a tea light candleholder series with five different shapes designed in 2010 by the internationally successful design studio Claesson Koivisto Rune. The original series is made of brass and it is one of the most popular Skultuna products in history. Now Kin is launched in glass, another traditional Swedish material. Ø: 4-6cm, H: 4,5cm. Designed 2017.


Cena : 145€ (5 svečturi); 85€ (3 svečturi)

110€ (5 svečturi); 70€ (3 svečturi)

FALL NEWS KIN DARK GREEN DESIGN CLAESSON KOIVISTO RUNE

No 763-C (Set of 5 pcs) No 763-C-2-4-5 (Set of 3 pcs) Copper

No 763-BL (Set of 5 pcs) No 763-BL-2-4-5 (Set of 3 pcs) Black

110€ (5 svečturi); 70€ (3 svečturi)

Cena : 110€ (5 svečturi); 70€ (3 svečturi)

Model 04

Model 01

Model 02

Model 03

No 763 (Set of 5 pcs) No 763-2-4-5 (Set of 3 pcs) Brass

Cena : 110€ (5 svečturi); 70€ (3 svečturi)

No 763-M (Set of 5 pcs) No 763-M-2-4-5 (Set of 3 pcs) Mole’s Grey

Cena : 70€ (3 svečturi)

No 763-IB-2-4-5 (Set of 3 pcs) Ink Blue

No 763-DG-2-4-5 (Set of 3 pcs) Dark Green

Model 05 No 763-S (Set of 5 pcs) No 763-S-2-4-5 (Set of 3 pcs) Polished Steel

110€ (5 svečturi); 70€ (3 svečturi)

No 763-W (Set of 5 pcs) No 763-W-2-4-5 (Set of 3 pcs) White

70€ (3 svečturi)

DESIGN CLAESSON KOIVISTO RUNE

Cena : 70€ (3 svečturi) KIN DESIGN CLAESSON KOIVISTO RUNE Kin is a tea light candleholder series with five different shapes designed by the internationally successful design studio Claesson Koivisto Rune. Kin is available as singles, set of 2, set of 3 and set of 5. Kin comes in polished steel, brass, copper, black, white, ink blue, dark green, mole´s grey and azure. Ø: 4cm, H: 4,5cm. Designed 2010.

No 763-P-2-4-5 (Set of 3 pcs) Dusty Pink

No 763-A-2-4-5 (Set of 3 pcs) Azure


FALL NEWS NATTOFFICE DESIGN RICHARD HUTTEN


Cena : 235€ (lielais); 205€ (vidējais); 185€ (mazais)

No 785-L-S H: 45cm

No 785-M-S H: 36,5cm

No 785-S H: 28cm

No 785-L H: 45cm

No 785-M H: 36,5cm

No 785 H: 28cm

Cena : 145€ (lielais); 125€ (vidējais); 110€ (mazais)

No 785-NO H: 12,5cm

Cena : 85€

DESIGN RICHARD HUTTEN

DESIGN RICHARD HUTTEN

NATTOFFICE DESIGN RICHARD HUTTEN

NATTLIGHT DESIGN RICHARD HUTTEN

Richard Hutten is one of the most internationally successful Dutch designers; a key exponent of “Droog Design”, in which he has been

Richard Hutten is one of the most internationally successful Dutch designers; a key exponent of “Droog Design”, in which he has been

involved since it’s inception in 1993. This is a new, elegant candlestick inspired by the oldest known Skultuna product from the 17th

involved since it’s inception in 1993. For Skultuna Richard Hutten has designed this elegant candlestick that comes in three sizes. Polished

century; the Office Candelstick. Polished brass. Designed 2017.

brass and silver plated brass. Designed 2011.


SKULTUNA BOUGIE PARFUMÉE SCENTED CANDLES


Cena : 75€

No 650-BW Black Wood H: 9cm, 300g

Cena : 125€ (lielais); 80€ (vidējais); 65€ (mazais)

No 650-DV Dry Vetiver H: 9cm, 300g

No 650-BC Black Cashmere H: 9cm, 300g

No 650-SI Sacred Incense H: 9cm, 300g

No 773-S Small H: 4cm, Ø: 9cm

No 773-L Medium H: 9cm, Ø: 12cm

No 773-XL Large H: 18cm, Ø: 12cm

DESIGN EMMA OLBERS

BOUGIE PARFUMÉE / SCENTED CANDLES

INK DESKTOP SERIES DESIGN EMMA OLBERS

The scented candle series is developed by Skultuna together with the Stockholm based, fine scented candles company Candelize. The

Emma Olbers was born and raised in Gothenburg. She moved in her twenties to Stockholm where she was educated first at Nyckelvikens art

candleholders are made by metal spinning of brass plate, an ancient production technique of Skultuna. The aromas and fragrances in

school and then at Beckmans College of Design. In 1999 she founded her studio and Asplund and Ire furniture became major clients. The Ink

the scents are passionately designed and created together with some of the world´s leading Perfume Houses in France and Switzerland.

desktop series is the first collaboration with Skultuna and it consists of three small containers, perfect for the elegant desktop. Designed 2015.

The candles are hand poured in Stockholm, Sweden. Dry Vetiver fresh citrus, mint and pepper top notes combine perfectly with rich, woody vetiver on a moss and cedar base. Blackwood intense, smoky cedar wood and spicy clove leaf is topped with sultry elements of rose and jasmine. Black Cashmere base notes of chocolate, vanilla, patchouli, elements of spices and blackcurrant leaves.

Sacred Incense a scent composed of musk, sandalwood, rose and aromatic lavender, citrus and bergamot.


FALL NEWS OPEN SESAME BOTTLE OPENER DESIGN ERIC ERICSON


No 778 L: 8cm

Cena : 65€

No 788 L: 35cm

DESIGN FOLKFORM

Cena : 370€

OPEN SESAME BOTTLE OPENER DESIGN ERIC ERICSON

COLLAGE DESIGN FOLKFORM

Known for his book “Brev till samhället” (Letters to the society) Eric Ericson is also an artist and designer. His Open Sesame bottle opener is

Swedish designers Anna Holmquist and Chandra Ahlsell began their partnership in 2005. The Stockholm-based studio is already

made of sand cast and polished brass. Designed 2017.

represented in the Swedish National Art collection and the National Museum of Art, Architecture and Design in Oslo. For the candle collage simple tea light candles are placed side by side with pillar candles to create a landscape of candle typologies. Designed 2010.


No 774 The Factory Skultuna H: 8,5cm

No 774-2 The Factory Texas H: 8cm

No 774-3 The Factory Civitavecchia H: 7,5cm

THE FACTORY SERIES NEWS FALL 2017 THE FACTORY CIVITAVECCHIA

The Factory series is a series of small etched tea lights, the inspiration came from industrial buildings from the last century. SKULTUNA - inspired by the old factory buildings at the foundry in Skultuna. TEXAS - inspired by the oil drilling in the American Midwest in the 1950s. CIVITAVECCHIA - inspired by the old romantic port town of Rome. Etched from brass plate. Designed 2015, 2016 and 2017.


No: 775 Ø: 60cm

DESIGN PAOLO DELL’ELCE

Cena : 740€

No 781-A Model A H: 32cm, Ø: 7cm

No 781-B Model B H: 27cm, Ø: 8cm

No 781-C Model C H: 25cm, Ø: 14cm

DESIGN PAOLO DELL’ELCE

Cena : 195€ (lielais); 155€ (vidējais); 145€ (mazais)

BRERA MIRROR DESIGN PAOLO DELL’ELCE

VIA FONDAZZA DESIGN PAOLO DELL’ELCE

The Brera mirror is a project by the Italian designer Paolo Dell’Elce. The idea of Brera mirror originates from the details of the eclectic

The vase series Via Fondazza is a project by the Italian designer Paolo Dell’Elce. The work is inspired by the archetypal subjects

period of Milanese architecture and in particular the rose window of Santa Maria del Carmine church, located in Brera district, Milano

represented in the still life paintings by the artist Giorgio Morandi whose work was based on a thorough research in the balance

and realized in 1880 by the architect Carlo Maciachini. The glass mirror and the highly-polished, curved brass frame interact creat-

between shapes and proportions. Via Fondazza is the name of the street in Bologna where the artist’s house and studio was based.

ing an attractive and harmonious play of light and reflections, effortlessly bringing a sophisticated atmosphere to any environment.

Designed 2014.

Designed 2016.


FALL NEWS KARUI TRAY XL DESIGN GAMFRATESI


KARUI DESIGN GAMFRATESI

Cena : 480€ (x lielā); 255€ (lielā); 180€ (vidējā); 105€ (mazā)

No 783-SB Ink Blue Leather Small, Ø: 14cm

No 783-MB Ink Blue Leather Medium, Ø: 24cm

No 783-LB Ink Blue Leather Large, Ø: 34cm

No 783-XLB Ink Blue Leather X Large, Ø: 45cm

No 783-SW Ivory White Leather Small, Ø: 14cm

No 783-MW Ivory White Leather Medium, Ø: 24cm

No 783-LW Ivory White Leather Large, Ø: 34cm

No 783-XLW Ivory White Leather X Large, Ø: 45cm

No 783-SG Dark Green Leather Small, Ø: 14cm

No 783-MG Dark Green Leather Medium, Ø: 24cm

No 783-LG Dark Green Leather Large, Ø: 34cm

No 783-XLG Dark Green Leather X Large, Ø: 45cm

Cena : 480€ (x lielā); 255€ (lielā); 180€ (vidējā); 105€ (mazā)

Cena : 480€ (x lielā); 255€ (lielā); 180€ (vidējā); 105€ (mazā)

KARUI DESIGN GAMFRATESI The Karui trays are designed by GamFratesi for Skultuna. The trays are made using metal spinning, a classic Skultuna production technique. The leather comes from the leading Swedish tannery Tärnsjö, famous for their high quality leather and located close to Skultuna in Sweden. The GamFratesi studio was founded in 2006 by the Danish architect Stine Gam and the Italian architect Enrico Fratesi. GamFratesi’s design takes its creative drive from a fusion of tradition and renewal and in an experimental approach to their chosen materials and techniques. Polished brass. Designed 2015.


No 776-1 Spike Candleholder Ø: 6cm

No 776-3 Spike Flower Pot H: 14cm, Ø: 15cm

Cena : 85€

Cena : 165€

No 776-2 Spike Bowl / Flower Pot H: 26cm, Ø: 26cm

DESIGN MARIA NILSDOTTER

Cena : 310€

No 776-4 Claw Ring Candlestick Ø: 10,5cm, H: 6cm

Cena : 85€

No 776-5 Claw Footed Tray Ø: 15cm

DESIGN MARIA NILSDOTTER

Cena : 85€

SPIKE SERIES DESIGN MARIA NILSDOTTER

CLAW SERIES DESIGN MARIA NILSDOTTER

The Spike Series design Maria Nilsdotter. The Swedish jewelry designer Maria Nilsdotter studied jewelry design at Central Saint Martins in

The Claw series design Maria Nilsdotter. The Swedish jewelry designer Maria Nilsdotter studied jewelry design at Central Saint Martins in

London, she started her own brand, in her own name, in 2007. Her uncompromising, austere and at the same time luxurious punky design

London, she started her own brand, in her own name, in 2007. Her uncompromising, austere and at the same time luxurious punky design

represents something completely new for Skultuna. Maria Nilsdotter says; “It was exciting to let Skultuna’s world meet mine. I think we have

represents something completely new for Skultuna. Maria Nilsdotter says; “It was exciting to let Skultuna’s world meet mine. I think we have

many common values such as the importance of quality and materials but it is also interesting to make use of the contrasts between us. I’m

many common values such as the importance of quality and materials but it is also interesting to make use of the contrasts between us. I’m

very happy with the outcome that is both timeless, classic and punky”. Designed 2016.

very happy with the outcome that is both timeless, classic and punky”. Designed 2015.


FALL NEWS THE LINE X SKULTUNA BEAD VASES

THE LINE X SKULTUNA BEAD VASES Inspired by vintage vessels collected over the years at The Apartment stores in New York and Los Angeles, The Line has partnered with Skultuna to develop a collection of polished brass vases that are both sculptural and functional. The three forms, designed to be used solo or in series, stay true to Skultuna’s historic production methods. They are named for their resemblance to beads progressing along a cord. The collection is available exclusively at The Line and at the Skultuna stores.


Cena : 125€

125€

No 718-7 Brass / Oak

No 718-5 Brass / Black

No 718-S7 Silver Plated / Oak

No 718-S5 Silver Plated / Black

Cena : 190€

190€

DESIGN OLOF KOLTE

RING MY BELL DESIGN OLOF KOLTE The Swedish industrial designer Olof Kolte designed this elegant dinner bell called ”Ring my Bell” for Skultuna. It is a modern version of the classic school bell from the early 19th century. A perfect fit for the wedding table. Polished brass and wood. H: 18cm. Designed 2001.


Cena : 105€ Small Bowl

No 715-S Black Ø: 8cm, H: 4cm

No 715-V White Ø: 8cm, H: 4cm

No 716-S Black Ø: 12cm, H: 7,5cm

No 716-V White Ø: 12cm, H: 7,5cm

Cena : 125€ Large Bowl

Cena : 150€

DESIGN OLOF KOLTE

No 782-S H: 12cm

Cena : 110€

No 782 H: 12cm

Cena : 165€

Cena : 125€

No 782-S & Vase V782 H: 12cm

No 782 & Vase V782 H: 12cm

BOWL DESIGN OLOF KOLTE

THE LILY CANDLESTICK DESIGN IVAR ÅLENIUS BJÖRK

The Swedish industrial designer Olof Kolte has designed this elegant bowl in polished brass that comes in two sizes with a matte powder

Ivar Ålenius Björk (1905 – 1978) worked as a sculptor, mostly known for bust portraits. His public ornaments can be seen in many

coated inside in black and white. Designed; Large 2002, Small 2008.

Swedish towns. He also designed a series of brass candlesticks for a Swedish manufacturer called Ystad-Metall that closed down in 1969. The Lily candlestick was one of these products and it has become a modern design classic that has featured in many international design magazines to this day. In agreement with the relatives of Ivar Ålenius Björk, Skultuna has now started the production of the Lily candlestick again. Designed for the world fair in New York 1939. Polished brass and silver plated brass.


THE LONDON COLLECTION SILVER DESIGN LARA BOHINC


Cena : 75€ ; 85€; 100€ ; 120€

Cena : 70€ ; 80€; 85€ ; 110€

Cena : 120€ ; 140€

Lunar Small, Nickel silver Celestial, Nickel silver Feather, Nickel silver Lunar Large, Nickel silver

S795-XS S795-S S795-M S795-L

H: 7cm H: 11cm H: 14cm H: 17cm

Lunar Small,brass Celestial, Brass Feather, Brass Lunar Large, Brass

795-XS 795-S 795-M 795-L

H:7 cm H: 11cm H: 14cm H: 17cm

DESIGN LARA BOHINC

No 797-FS Small Frame L: 9cm x H: 12cm

No 797-FL Large Frame L: 17cm x H: 23cm

DESIGN LARA BOHINC

THE LONDON COLLECTION DESIGN LARA BOHINC

THE WILKINSON SERIES DESIGN LARA BOHINC

The London Collection by Skultuna is designed by the internationally renowned jewellery designer Lara Bohinc. - It’s amazing to

The Wilkinson series is designed by the internationally renowned jewellery designer Lara Bohinc. It is made of semi etched brass plate - The

make a collection in brass. I am fascinated by Sweden and Scandinavia. To be working with a renowned company such as Skul-

desktop series is named after the artist Norman Wilkinson, credited to inventing the dazzle pattern. The pattern is inspired by dazzle camouflage

tuna that stands for tradition, quality and timeless design goes hand in hand with my design and my visions, says Lara Bohinc.

pattern, which is an unlikely form of camouflage as it draws attention to the object rather than hiding it, the purpose was confusion rather

Lara Bohinc is best known for her design language in elegant, timeless jewelry. The inspiration for The London Collection came from travels;

than concealment. Dazzle was partially inspired by cubism and Picasso. This series is also inspired by futurists Edward Wadsworth and David

the lines of the Lunar pattern is inspired by the highways in Japan, The Celestial is inspired by motions of the planets around the sun and the

Bomberg with its fast, jaggered moving lines says Lara Bohinc. Designed 2015.

Feather by the light wing strokes of birds. Designed 2014.


THE LONDON COLLECTION DESIGN LARA BOHINC


Cena : 70€ ; 75€; 85€

No 764-1 Small H: 3,5cm, Ø: 10,5cm

Cena : 185€

No 764-2 Medium H: 3,6cm, Ø: 12,5cm

No 764-3 Large H: 3,7cm, Ø: 15,5cm

DESIGN CLAESSON KOIVISTO RUNE

No 762 H: 11cm, Ø: 8cm

DESIGN CLAESSON KOIVISTO RUNE

BALLERINA DESIGN CLAESSON KOIVISTO RUNE

BELLE DESIGN CLAESSON KOIVISTO RUNE

Ballerina is a series of three small unstable bowls designed by the internationally successful designer studio Claesson Koivisto Rune.

Belle is a jewelry box and ring holder designed by the internationally successful designer studio Claesson Koivisto Rune. Polished

Polished brass. Designed 2011.

brass, felt on inside. Designed 2007.


BOULE VASE SERIES DESIGN OLIVIA HERMS


Cena : 140€ ; 220€ ; 100€ Cena : 190€ ; 280€ ; 175€

No 784-S Brass H: 23cm

No 784-L Brass H: 21cm

No 784-XS Brass H: 13cm

No S784-S Silver H: 23cm

No S784-XS Silver H: 13cm

No S784-L Silver H: 21cm

Cena : 185€

DESIGN OLIVIA HERMS

No 787 H: 5cm, Ø: 9cm

DESIGN OLIVIA HERMS

BOULE VASES DESIGN OLIVIA HERMS

PALLINA MAGNIFYING GLASS DESIGN OLIVIA HERMS

The French-German designer Olivia Herms is currently working for the world famous designer Konstantin Grcic, previously she has

The French-German designer Olivia Herms is currently working for the world famous designer Konstantin Grcic, previous-

worked for the internationally renowned design studio Claesson Koivisto Rune in Stockholm. Olivia Herms has now started to develop

ly she has worked for the internationally renown design studio Claesson Koivisto Rune in Stockholm. Olivia Herms has now

her own projects and the Boule vase series is her second product for Skultuna. Brass & Silver plated brass. Designed 2015.

started to develop her own projects and the Pallina magnifying glass for Skultuna is one of the first products to be launched. Designed 2014.


FLOWER POTS DESIGN MONICA FÖRSTER


Cena : 75€ ; 85€ ; 100€; 195€ ; 410€

No 790-H Herb Pot, Polished H: 10cm, Ø: 12.5cm

No 790-ES Extra Small & Polished H: 11,5cm, Ø: 15cm

No 790-S Small & Polished H: 14cm, Ø: 19,2cm

No 790-M Medium & Polished H: 21cm, Ø: 26,6cm

No 790-L Large & Polished H: 30cm, Ø: 40cm

No 790-HB Herb Pot, Brushed H: 10cm, Ø: 12,5cm

No 790-ESB Extra Small & Brushed H: 11,5cm, Ø: 15cm

No 790-SB Small & Brushed H: 14cm, Ø: 19,2cm

No 790-MB Medium & Brushed H: 21cm, Ø: 26,6cm

No 790-LB Large & Brushed H: 30cm, Ø: 40cm

Cena : 75€ ; 85€ ; 100€; 195€ ; 410€

Cena : 120€ ; 130€ ; 155€ Cena : 105€ ; 120€ ; 145€; 300€ ; 605€

S790-H Herb Pot Silver Plated, H: 10cm, Ø: 12cm

S790-ES Flower Pot, Extra Small Silver Plated, H: 11cm, Ø: 15cm

No S790-S Flower Pot, Small Silver Plated, H:14cm, Ø: 19cm

DESIGN MONICA FÖRSTER

No C790-H Herb Pot, Copper H: 10cm, Ø: 12,5cm

No C790-ES No C790-S No C790-M Flower Pot, Extra Small Flower Pot, Small Flower Pot, Medium Copper, H: 11,5cm, Ø: 15cm Copper, H: 14cm, Ø: 19,2cm Copper, H: 21cm, Ø: 26,6cm

No C790-L Flower Pot, Large Copper, H: 30cm, Ø: 40cm

FLOWER POTS SILVER DESIGN MONICA FÖRSTER

FLOWER POTS DESIGN MONICA FÖRSTER

Staying true to the historic production methods of Skultuna, Monica Förster and her design studio came up with a series of Flower

Staying true to the historic production methods of Skultuna, Monica Förster and her design studio came up with a series of Flower Pots

Pots made in the very old method of metal spinning. Metal spinning is a production method that has been in constant use during the

made in the very old method of metal spinning. Metal spinning is a production method that has been in constant use during the last

last centuries in Skultuna and makes it possible to make large round three dimensional objects out of sheet metal. The Flower Pots

centuries in Skultuna and makes it possible to make large round three dimensional objects out of sheet metal. The Flower Pots resemble

resemble classical pots made of terracotta with a small inclination in the lower part. This version is made from silver plated brass.

classical pots made of terracotta with a small inclination in the lower part. Polished brass, brushed brass and copper. Designed 2013.

Designed 2013.


NEWS 2017 BONBON DESIGN MONICA FÖRSTER

Cena : 45€ ; 45€ ; 50€; 125€

No 791-01 H: 13 cm

No 791-02 H: 9,5cm

No 791-03 H: 7cm

No 791 (Set of 3 pcs) Bonbon Mini Vases

DESIGN MONICA FÖRSTER

BONBON MINI VASES DESIGN MONICA FÖRSTER Staying true to the historic production methods of Skultuna, Monica Förster and her design studio came up with the Bonbon mini vases. The Vases are made in the very old method of metal spinning, a production method that has been in constant use during the last centuries in Skultuna and makes it possible to make round three dimensional objects out of sheet metal. Available as singles and in a 3 pcs gift box. Designed 2016.


Cena : 95€

No 786 L: 16,5cm, H: 24cm

Cena : 250€

DESIGN OBJECTHOOD

No 786-L L: 42cm, W: 20cm

DESIGN OBJECTHOOD

LAND’S END TRIVET DESIGN OBJECTHOOD

DEW TRIVET DESIGN OBJECTHOOD

The Land’s End trivet is designed by the Swedish design studio Objecthood. The trivet is sand cast of solid brass, with a polished

The Dew trivet is designed by the Swedish design studio Objecthood. The trivet is sand cast of solid brass, with a polished surface and

surface and a natural, untreated underside. Inspired by 20th century Art Deco, a style characterized by elegance and exclusiveness.

a natural, untreated underside. Inspired by floral patterns from 20th century Art Deco, a style characterized by elegance and exclusive-

Designed 2014.

ness. Designed 2015.


THE DESIGNER PIERRE FORSSELL DESIGN WORKS FOR SKULTUNA 1955 – 1986 AN EXHIBITION BY BUKOWSKIS AUCTIONS Pierre Forsell worked for Skultuna between 1955 to 1986, a period for over thirty years. Pierre Forssell was one of the designers who helped to give Skultuna a new status in modern design with his modernist design. Pierre Forssell succeeded the legendary Erik Fleming at Skultuna as the house designer. Pierre Forssell began his studies at the Art Academy in painting (where the famous Bengt LindstrÜm was his classmate), soon after he moved to the silversmith department where he was later a teacher of silverware (at the age of twenty six). It was at the H55 exhibition in Helsingborg his typical design first aroused great attention. Pierre Forssell also designed a wide range of objects over the years, here are some of the iconic products that have become very popular in the later years among collectors of modernist design objects. Today Skultuna have three Pierre Forssell designs in production, they can be seen on the next page.


Cena : 240€

No 82-0 (Set of 3 pcs) H: 19cm, 21cm, 23cm

Cena : 110€

DESIGN PIERRE FORSSELL

No 71 H: 50cm

Cena : 110€

No 79 H: 38cm

DESIGN PIERRE FORSSELL

THE TULIP CANDLESTICK DESIGN PIERRE FORSSELL

SCONCE PENDEL DESIGN PIERRE FORSSELL

SCONCE REFLEX DESIGN PIERRE FORSSELL

The candlestick with its straight modern design is a good example on the silversmith Pierre Forssell’s work from the 1970s with the

The famous silversmith and designer Pierre Forssell who was

The designer and silversmith Pierre Forssell designed the

spirit of distant Scandinavian purity. Polished brass. Designed 1970s.

working at Skultuna Brass Foundry between 1955-86, designed

sconce “Reflex”. The sconce is an ingenious design, which

the scone Pendel which has become an iconic Skultuna product.

reflect the shining light from the candle. Polished brass. Designed 1970s.

Polished brass. Designed 1955.


Cena : 100€

No 770 L: 10,5cm, B: 6cm

Cena : 75€

DESIGN THOMAS SANDELL

No 772 H: 6cm, Ø: 11cm

DESIGN THOMAS SANDELL

BARBARA BOTTLE OPENER DESIGN THOMAS SANDELL

THE THEATER CANDLESTICK DESIGN THOMAS SANDELL

The bottle opener Barbara is designed by Thomas Sandell, one Sweden’s most successful designers. The bottle opener is inspired by

A new product from the internationally renowned Stockholm based designer Thomas Sandell. The Theater candlestick was developed

the fictional character Barbapapa. Designed 2004.

for the legendary Stockholm restaurant “Teatergrillen”. The candlestick can be seen in the restaurant from now on. Polished brass. Designed 2009.


FLOWER POT DESIGN MONICA FÖRSTER

Cena : 50€ ; 65€

No X046 Green Marble 30x30cm

No X045 Green Marble 15x15cm

Cena : 50€ ; 65€

No X056 White Carrara Marble 30x30cm

No X055 White Carrara Marble 15x15cm

Cena : 65€

No X040 Green Marble L: 42cm, W: 11cm

SKULTUNA PLUS This is a new series of products that originally were meant for displaying Skultuna products; strong demand from shops and customers has lead to the product release. Green marble and White Carrara marble. Engraved brass plaque with the Skultuna logotype.


Cena : 65€

Cena : 115€

Cena : 245€

Cena : 125€ Gul/Yellow No 718-S1

No 765-XS (set of 3 pcs) Mini Ø at tip 22mm Length from wall 16mm

No 765-S (set of 3 pcs) Small Ø at tip 41mm Length from wall 20mm

No 765 (set of 3 pcs) Large Ø at tip 60mm Length from wall 40mm

No 760 Ø: 12cm

DESIGN CLAESSON KOIVISTO RUNE

WALL HANGERS DESIGN CLAESSON KOIVISTO RUNE

BASSO DESIGN CLAESSON KOIVISTO RUNE

Face is a series of three wall hangers with different shapes that comes in three sizes, designed by Claesson Koivisto Rune for Skultuna.

Basso is a self centering coaster for champagne and wine bottles designed by the internationally successfull swedish Design studio

The wall hangers are cast in solid brass and highly polished to create an almost mirror like surface. The knobs are delivered with screws

Claesson Koivisto Rune. Polished brass. Designed 2005.

for wall use and for cabinets. Designed 2012.


Cena : 185€

Design Peder Lamm

CHANDELIER The technique to manufacture chandeliers was brought by the Walloon immigrants from Europe to Skultuna. Chandeliers were the first products manufactured at Skultuna along with Copper wire. The oldest known surviving Chandelier is from 1619. This Chandelier is made ofthe highest quality brass and has 5 arms. Designed 1600s.

No 205 H: 48cm, D: 45cm

This is a statement, a Skultuna Master piece designed by Foundry Master B. Johansson. The Candelabra was modeled on the church chandeliers from the 18th century. The candelabra is rococo inspired and made for five candles. Polished brass. Designed 1900s.

Cena : 810€ CANDELABRA 5-ARMS

No 105 H: 42cm

The Jubilee Candlestick was developed for the 400-year anniversary together with the Swedish antiques expert Peder Lamm. Four different middle parts. H: 24cm. Designed 2007.

No 112-1 Porphyry Limited 100 pairs

JUBILEE CANDLESTICK DESIGN PEDER LAMM

No 114-1 Carrara marble

The perfect wine cooler for hot summer days. The inset is of aluminum. The air gap between the inset and casing provide insulation. The cooler can also serve as a centerpiece with flower arrangements. Polished brass. Designed 2001.

Cena : 240€ CHAMPAGNE & WINECOOLER

No 113-1 Black marble

Cena : 300€ No 110-1 Brass

Cena : 300€

No 250 H: 23cm

Cena : 1500€


Cena : 50€ No 24 Gold Plated, Medium H: 14cm

Cena : 100€

No 802-B Large L: 6,5cm, W: 6,5cm

The hearts is always a popular gift and can be used as a paper weight. Polished brass. Designed 1998.

No 801-B Medium L: 5cm, W: 5,5cm

The office candlestick is very characteristic of Skultuna and it has been in production uninterrupted since the foundation of Skultuna in the early 17th century. Polished brass. Designed 1630s.

THE OFFICE CANDLESTICK

No 68 H: 11cm

HEARTS

Cena : 55€ Napkin rings is a must-have for every elegant dinner table. Polished brass. Designed 1988.

Cena : 50€

NAPKIN RINGS

No 252 Ø: 4,5cm

The Guardian Angel from Skultuna was designed by Carl-Einar Borgström during the 1940s. Carl-Einar Borgström (1914-1981) was a sculptor trained at the Royal Art Academy in Stockholm, he designed a wide range of products, mainly for Ystad Metall. The guardian angel is gold plated and needs only to be wiped with a damp cloth every once in a while to keep its luster through the ages. Designed 1940s.

THE GUARDIAN ANGEL

No 23 Gold Plated, Small H: 9cm

Cena : 75€ Cena : 65€


No S948-1 Empire

No S948-2 Plume

No S948-3 Tide

No S948-4 Charleston

Bow Tie No S948-5

Peak No S948-6

Cena : 240€

No 948-1 Empire

No 948-2 Plume

No 948-5 Bow Tie

No 948-6 Peak

No 948-3 Tide

Cena : 300€

No 948-4 Charleston

DESIGN OBJECTHOOD

No 785-57 Brass L: 26cm

No 785-57-S Silver Plated Brass L: 26cm

DESIGN RICHARD HUTTEN

Cena : 40€/1 gab CHRISTMAS MOBILES DESIGN OBJECTHOOD

ADVENTS NATTLIGHT DESIGN RICHARD HUTTEN

The Christmas mobiles are designed by the Swedish design studio Objecthood. The mobiles are etched from brass sheet and from

Richard Hutten is one of the most internationally successful Dutch designers; a key exponent of “Droog Design”, in which he has been

nickel silver Inspired by 20th century Art Deco, a style characterized by elegance and exclusiveness. Ø: 9cm-11cm. Designed 2014.

involved since it’s inception in 1993. For Skultuna Richard Hutten has designed this elegant advents candlestick. Polished brass and silver plated brass. Designed 2016.


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