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Hi there, Bought this at auction with some other Holmie stuff and thought, right, Per Lutken May green folded bowl, end of story. But when I turned it over the usual PL thingy and Holmeguaard name weren't there. Just #5 or #S. What the?! Can anyone tell m
These Holmegaard 'Canada' glasses have a slightly unusual squatter shape to the bowl - does anyone know specifically what drink these were intended to be used for?
Much in the way of cased glass from many different factories is often mis-attributed to Kastrup-Holmegaard as part of the 'Carnaby' series designed by Per Lütken and Christer Holmgren in 1968. Most often these cased glass pieces hail from Germany, produce
Hello All I bought these salt/pepper shakers H 75mm and sugar sifter H 125 mm (labelled). It looks from the Michale Bang's Palet series (1968-75?), but I've never seen it green..any help? Thanks Silvano
Two pieces by Sidse Werner for Holmegaard - one in original box the other with full label
The first article in a planned occasional series of notes on 20th century design and designers - Jacob E. Bang and Holmegaards Glasværk, a brief sketch of the period 1926 - 1952. http://www.zeitgeist-i.com/jacob_e_bang_at_Holmegaard_1926-1952.html