A pattern from the large, playful collection that Stig Lindberg composed for an exhibition at the Nordic Company in 1947. The managing director, Astrid Sampe fell in love with the pattern to such a degree that she had it turned into a dress. Stig Lindberg then made a necklace and bracelet of porcelain flowers for the dress that is now on display at the Nordic Museum.
His timeless design is just as contemporary and popular as during his heydays in the 1950â€™s when his textiles, china, illustrations for childrenâ€™s books and television sets were featured in every Swedish home. And now youâ€™ll find his playful, slightly surrealistic, extremely beautiful and decorative patterns on walls all over the place.Â
Product Code:Â 1765
Vertical Repeat: 0.53m
Length:Â 10.05 m
Match Point:Â Half Drop
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