Fifties Friday: Cutting-edge ceramics

Fifties Friday: Cutting-edge ceramics
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img. Serving dish, Skavonius 1954, dekor: Eva Blad. CC-0 Blekinge museum via Europeana.

From the curatorial effort of the EU project 1950s in Europe Kaleidoscope, every week on Friday there’s a new set of carefully selected photographs to be explored on the project’s website.

Today we present “Cutting-edge ceramics”.

A vintage enthusiast on a modest budget? Then you might consider exploring the market of 1950s ceramics. A distinct collecting field still growing in popularity, mid-century ceramics tick all the boxes when it comes to style and design, availability, affordability and functionality. Limber up to rummage among the offerings at your local flea market or boot sale with this digital display case filled with Swedish tableware.

Visit! http://fifties.withculture.eu/home/collection/5df22c33c710e50acb75f0b3

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