Vase by Mona Morales-Schildt for Kosta
Blue Cased & Clear flashed Vase by Mona Morales-Schildt for Kosta
The mid-20th Century ‘Somerso’ vase is made of thick clear glass cased in blue on the outer surface. Two circular bevels have been ground through the coloured layer. The vase is of the “Ventana” series. It is signed “Kosta; SS 231” on the base. The vase has a square shaped upper rim with rounded corners, tapering to a round base.
Mona Morales-Schildt (1908-99) studied at the Higher School of Art and Design in Stockholm and then at poster artist Paul Colin's advertising and painting school in Paris. She was active for both Gustavsberg and Arabia before 1958 and then started at Kosta glassworks. There she was, along with Tyra Lundgren, one of the first two female artists. She is best known for the exclusive glass series Ventana (Window in Italian). This series consists of heavy glass pieces with cased in layers of colured glass. The Ventana series began in 1959 and was inspired by the Venetian glass artist Paolo Venini. She was at Kosta until 1971.
Age Circa 1960
Dimensions 13.5cm tall x 10.5cm across the rim
Condition Very Good
Stock Code Z778
Available at Bancroft Antiques "vintage jewellery and quirky curiosities", Sandton, Johannesburg South Africa, +27828231492
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