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Designer Name: Per Lütken
Born-Died: 1916 – 1998
Style: Per Lütken designs oozed fine craftsmanship; his famous creations featured thick, lip-friendly glasses that came with soft curves.
Materials Used: Blown glass is a prominent material that's used in a wide range of Holmegaard's products.
History: In 1825, Count Christian Danneskiold-Samsøe planned to launch a glassworks company at Holmegaard Mose. The King of Denmark, however, failed to provide a timely response. After her death, Countess Henriette Danneskiold-Samsøe actualized those plans. The glassworks initially produced green bottles and clear glass tumblers. Today, Holmegaard produces machine-blown and mouth-blown glass.
After Per Lütken joined Holmegaard, the Danish glass master created over 3,000 glass designs. His creations became classics and are synonymous with the quality that Holmegaard is renowned for. The designer was famous for making the Selandia dish (1957), Provence bowl (1955), Charlotte Amalie (1981), Idéelle (1978), No. 5 (1970), and more.
Kastrup Holmegaard vase in white glass. Features a long neck with a wide flat rim at the top.
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Scandinavian Modern Holmgaard blown glass dish, the 'Selandia' model designed by Per Lutken, in cobalt.
A vintage circa 1950s and 1960s chandelier, features five milk glass cylindrical shades, each with a pointed teakwood top, suspended by white cords from a star-shaped teakwood stretcher.
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