Vintage Nuutajarvi Nostijo Gunnel Nyman Controlled Bubble Signed Art Glass Vase For Sale
Vintage 1947 Gunnel Nyman Controlled Bubble Signed Art Glass Vase
Description:Gunnel Nyman (1909-1948) is a famous Finnish designer who found inspiration in both the quality of light in glass and in the way glass solidified instantly when taken out of the heat source. She is credited for taking Scandanavian art glass to new heights and isher designs areFinlands most sought after and desired pieces to this day. This piece is very specific to her technique and is a controlled bubble vase. Controlled bubbling is when you introduce air into the glass blowing process to create a pattern in the glass itself. Ms. Nyman was a master at this technique and it shows as this piece is very uniform in its design.
Markings: G Nyman 1947, there is a another phrase under the 1947 that I can not read.
Condition: no chips or scratches
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