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Gunnel Nyman for Nuutajarvi / Notssjö 1947

Gunnel Nyman for Nuutajarvi / Notssjö 1947

Modern Edo Kiriko glassware by Toru Horiguchi, Japan (Edo Kiriko is a Japanese traditional glassware and its origin dates back to 1834 in the Edo period, used emery powder to produce glassware engraved with patterns)

Modern Edo Kiriko glassware by Toru Horiguchi, Japan (Edo Kiriko is a Japanese traditional glassware and its origin dates back to 1834 in the Edo period, used emery powder to produce glassware engraved with patterns)

Formes libres - Timo Sarpaneva et Gunnel Nyman pour Iittala, la Finlande

Formes libres - Timo Sarpaneva et Gunnel Nyman pour Iittala, la Finlande

Gunnel Nyman Paperweight vase for Nuutajarvi

Gunnel Nyman Paperweight vase for Nuutajarvi

Gunnel Nyman, Nymanin, Helminauha, Piikkimuotti, Nuutajärvi, Designaitta, Nuutajarvi, Notsjo, Notsjö, Taidelasi, Designlasi, Finnish art glass, Malja, huntu, sifonki

Gunnel Nyman, Nymanin, Helminauha, Piikkimuotti, Nuutajärvi, Designaitta, Nuutajarvi, Notsjo, Notsjö, Taidelasi, Designlasi, Finnish art glass, Malja, huntu, sifonki

Gunnel Nyman, happosigneerattu kuplalasimaljakko, Huutokauppa Helander

Gunnel Nyman, happosigneerattu kuplalasimaljakko, Huutokauppa Helander

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