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Vintage mid century Swedish modern Uppsala Ekeby art pottery vase and matching bowl signed by Ingrid Atterburg.

These two pieces of mid century Swedish modern Uppsala Ekeby art pottery signed by Ingrid Atterburg are in wonderful condition. Both the bowl and the handled vase are matching in glaze.
Both pieces are clearly marked "UE" (Uppsala Ekeby) - "Sweden" - signed by Ingrid Atterburg monogram "Abg" - The vase bares number "2425" and the bowl number "2423".
The measurements of the vase are height 6 inches x 5.5 inches in width. The bowl measures 7 inches in diameter.
These two matching pieces would make a wonderful compliment to any Danish modern teak furnishing.
Ingrid Atterburg was employed at Uppsala-Ekeby AB and Gefle porcelain factory between 1944-63. She went on to own her own studio in Uppsala and has also freelanced periodically at various studios in Italy. She is regarded today as one of Sweden's most distinctive designers known for her free experimentation with colour and decoration methods. Her work is widely represented at museums in Sweden, Norway, Italy and at the Victoria and Albert Museum in London.
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Vintage mid century Swedish modern Uppsala Ekeby art pottery vase and matching bowl signed by Ingrid Atterburg.

Vintage mid century Swedish modern Uppsala Ekeby art pottery vase and matching bowl signed by Ingrid Atterburg.

Vintage mid century Swedish modern Uppsala Ekeby art pottery vase and matching bowl signed by Ingrid Atterburg.

Vintage mid century Swedish modern Uppsala Ekeby art pottery vase and matching bowl signed by Ingrid Atterburg.

Vintage mid century Swedish modern Uppsala Ekeby art pottery vase and matching bowl signed by Ingrid Atterburg.

Vintage mid century Swedish modern Uppsala Ekeby art pottery vase and matching bowl signed by Ingrid Atterburg.

Vintage mid century Swedish modern Uppsala Ekeby art pottery vase and matching bowl signed by Ingrid Atterburg.

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