Bold and solid, yet graceful, with swirling torrents of color - Anna Ehrner's trademarks - and contrasting, sassy calligraphic lines, which in turn contrast with the clear purity of the crystal. In the Contrast series of bowls and dishes, the pure forms are crystal arenas for the drama of free-flowing patterns that bring out the inner nature of the glass and make every bowl unique. Essential contemporary Kosta Boda.
- Kosta Boda classic to collect and give
- Anna Ehrner
- Please Note: As this item is made individually by hand when you place your order, variations in color, shape, size, and pattern may occur. Aesthetic variations are at the discretion of the artist. Also, due to the nature of the raw materials used, this product may look dramatically different depending on the color, quality, and amount of light present in its environment and on the coloration of surrounding objects.California's Proposition 65 entitles California consumers to proper warnings for products that contain chemicals known to the state of California to cause cancer and birth defects, or other reproductive harm, if those products expose consumers to such chemicals above certain levels. While most products sold on our site comply with California Proposition 65, your safety is very important to us, so we hope that the following information will help you with your purchasing decisions. The general Proposition 65 notice is as follows: WARNING: This product contains chemicals known to the State of California to cause cancer and birth defects or other reproductive harm. In addition, the following separate notice applies to leaded crystal glassware: WARNING: Consuming foods or beverages that have been kept or served in leaded crystal products will expose you to lead, a chemical known to the State of California to cause birth defects or other reproductive harm.
- Contrast collection
Kosta Boda Contrast Platter
|Product Type: Platter||Color: White|
|Material: Crystal||Shape: Round|
|Pattern: Solid color||Country of Manufacture: Sweden|
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About the Designer
Anna Ehrner Sweden
Anna Ehrner joined Kosta Boda in 1974 following graduation from the National College Arts, Crafts and Design in her hometown, Stockholm. Specializing in ceramics in college, Anna learned the art of glass design and production by doing. In 1979, she took leave to study at the celebrated Pilchuck Glass School in Stanwood, Washington. She was also the director of the glass design program at her alma mater from 1985-1989, and taught there from 1992-1995. An experimental stylist who works in many techniques, Anna creates pieces distinguished by simple, powerful forms and her great skill in using color to create shimmering effects. Swirling veils of color within the glass, in fact, are something of an Anna Ehrner signature. Anna has created some of Kosta Boda's most successful and collectible lines, including her Atoll series of bowls and the elegant Line glassware series.
About the Manufacturer
Over the centuries, the artists and craftsmen of Kosta Boda have not only embodied the distinctive folkways of Scandinavian design, but helped define those traditions. When you buy
and give Kosta Boda, you're buying and giving history - a lineage of great design and craftsmanship that has endured for more than 260 years.
When the USA was established our company was nearly 50 years old. The original Kosta glassworks was born in 1742 as a partnership, the name an acronym from the partners' surnames: Anders KOskull and Georg Boglislaus STAël von Holstein. As Kosta grew and prospered, we helped grow an entire industry in Småland, Sweden's "Kingdom of Glass." In the 20th century, Kosta and neighboring glasshouses Åfors and Boda, were merged under a common owner. In 1976, we were renamed Kosta Boda.
What makes Kosta Boda so special is that we continually draw on our long history in developing exciting new ideas and methods in design and glass craftsmanship. Kosta Boda's designers and glassmakers are showcased in exhibitions and permanent private and public collections throughout the world.