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Earthenware Vase by Eva Janke-Björk for Bo Fajans, Sweden
By Eva Jancke-Björk
Located in Stockholm, SE
Beautiful earthenware vase by Eva Jancke-Björk. Muted natural tones in off-white and grey. Decor of a stylized grape vine with thick glaze.
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Vintage 1930s Swedish Scandinavian Modern Ceramics

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Stoneware

Eva Jancke-Bjork Ceramic Vase for Bo Fajans, Sweden, 1940s
By Eva Jancke-Björk, Bo Fajans
Located in Maastricht, NL
A ceramic vase by Eva Jancke-Bjork for Bo Fajans, Sweden. The vase has blue decorations of fish, algae etc. The lid is decorated with a dolphin figure. The vase is signed by Jancke-B...
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Vintage 1940s Swedish Scandinavian Modern Vases

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Ceramic

Eva Jancke Björk, Vide-Poche / Dish, Glazed Stoneware, Bo Fajans, Sweden, 1940s
By Eva Jancke-Björk, Bo Fajans
Located in West Palm Beach, FL
An early modernist vide-poche / dish / bowl. Designed by Eva Jancke Björk, for Bo Fajans, Sweden, 1940s. Stamped. Other designers of the period include Ettore Sottsass, Carl Ha...
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Vintage 1930s Swedish Art Deco Decorative Dishes and Vide-Poche

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Stoneware

Eva Jancke Björk, Vase, Glazed Stoneware, for Bo Fajans, Sweden, 1930s
By Eva Jancke-Björk, Bo Fajans
Located in West Palm Beach, FL
An early modernist vase. Designed by Eva Jancke Björk, for Bo Fajans, Sweden, 1930s. Stamped. Other designers of the period include Ettore Sottsass, Carl Harry Stålhane, Lisa L...
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Vintage 1930s Swedish Art Deco Vases

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Stoneware

Eva Jancke Björk, Vase, Glazed Stoneware, for Bo Fajans, Sweden, 1940s
By Eva Jancke-Björk, Bo Fajans
Located in West Palm Beach, FL
An early modernist vase. Designed by Eva Jancke Björk, for Bo Fajans, Sweden, 1940s. With makers mark. Other designers of the period include Ettore Sottsass, Carl Harry Stålhan...
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Vintage 1930s Swedish Art Deco Vases

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Stoneware

Eva Jancke Björk, Vase, Glazed Stoneware, for Bo Fajans, Sweden, 1930s
By Eva Jancke-Björk, Bo Fajans
Located in West Palm Beach, FL
An early modernist vase. Designed by Eva Jancke Björk, for Bo Fajans, Sweden, 1930s. Stamped. Other designers of the period include Ettore Sottsass, Carl Harry Stålhane, Lisa L...
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Vintage 1930s Swedish Art Deco Vases

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Stoneware

Eva Jancke-Björk Vase with Blue Glaze, from Bo Fajans, Sweden
By Eva Jancke-Björk, Bo Fajans
Located in New York, NY
Eva Jancke-Björk designed for Bo Fajans from 1925-1956 in that firm’s golden years. This vase is a fine example of her form design and in turn excellent glazing choice. This vase was...
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Mid-20th Century Scandinavian Scandinavian Modern Vases

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Ceramic

Eva Jancke-Bjork for Bo Fajans Blue Ceramic Vase, Sweden, 1940s
By Eva Jancke-Björk, Bo Fajans
Located in Maastricht, NL
A ceramic vase by Eva Jancke-Björk for Bo Fajans, 1948-1951. The vase has incised stripes and glaze in blues. Eva Jancke-Björk for Bo Fajans, Marked “3547-40” and with overglazed B...
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Vintage 1940s Swedish Scandinavian Modern Vases

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Ceramic

Eva Jancke Björk, Vase, Green Glaze Ceramic, for Bo Fajans, Sweden, 1948
By Eva Jancke-Björk, Bo Fajans
Located in West Palm Beach, FL
An early modernist vase. Designed by Eva Jancke Björk, for Bo Fajans, Sweden, 1940s Stamped. Other designers of the period include Ettore Sottsass, Carl Harry Stålhane, Lisa La...
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Vintage 1940s Swedish Art Deco Vases

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Stoneware

Eva Jancke Björk, Vase, Blue Glaze Stoneware, for Bo Fajans, Sweden, 1948
By Eva Jancke-Björk, Bo Fajans
Located in West Palm Beach, FL
An early modernist vase. Designed by Eva Jancke Björk, for Bo Fajans, Sweden, designed in 1948. Stamped. Other designers of the period include Ettore Sottsass, Carl Harry Stål...
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Vintage 1930s Swedish Art Deco Vases

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Stoneware

Eva Jancke Björk, Small Vase, Glazed Stoneware, for Bo Fajans, Sweden, 1930s
By Bo Fajans, Eva Jancke-Björk
Located in West Palm Beach, FL
A small and early modernist vase. Designed by Eva Jancke Björk, for Bo Fajans, Sweden, 1930s. Stamped. Hand-painted stoneware Other designers of the period include Ettore Sott...
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Vintage 1930s Swedish Art Deco Vases

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Stoneware

Eva Jancke Björk, Sizable Vase, Glazed Stoneware, for Bo Fajans, Sweden, 1940s
By Bo Fajans, Eva Jancke-Björk
Located in West Palm Beach, FL
An early modernist vase. Designed by Eva Jancke Björk, for Bo Fajans, Sweden, 1940s. With makers label. Other designers of the period include Ettore Sottsass, Carl Harry Stålha...
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Vintage 1930s Swedish Art Deco Vases

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Stoneware

Eva Jancke Björk, Sizable Vase, Glazed Stoneware, for Bo Fajans, Sweden, 1940s
By Bo Fajans, Eva Jancke-Björk
Located in West Palm Beach, FL
An early modernist vase. Designed by Eva Jancke Björk, for Bo Fajans, Sweden, 1940s. With makers stamps. Other designers of the period include Ettore Sottsass, Carl Harry Stålh...
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Vintage 1930s Swedish Art Deco Vases

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Stoneware

Scandinavian Modern Urn in by Eva Jancke Björk, Bobergs Faiance Pottery, Sweden
By Bo Fajans, Eva Jancke-Björk
Located in Stockholm, SE
Scandinavian Modern urn with lid earthenware by Eva Jancke Björk (Birch) 1882-1981), Bobergs Faiance pottery, model 3428 in white glased cracked pattern, ceramic/faience gods. Relief...
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Vintage 1940s European Scandinavian Modern Urns

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Faience

Swedish Grace style Ceramic Vase by Eva Jancke-Björk for Bo Fajans, Sweden
By Eva Jancke-Björk, Bo Fajans
Located in Goteborg, SE
Vase by Eva Jancke-Björk at Bobergs Fajansfabrik (Bo Fajans) in Gävle, Sweden. The vase is in the style of Swedish Grace and was made in the 1930s. The vase is decorated with the cha...
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Vintage 1930s Swedish Scandinavian Modern Vases

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Ceramic

Urn, faience, by Eva Jancke- Björk for Bo fajans, Sweden, 1930´s. H 80 cm/31,5"
By Eva Jancke-Björk, Bo Fajans
Located in Stockholm, SE
Urn in blue glazed ceramic/faience, fish motif. Height 80 cm / 31,5 inches. Designed by Eva Jancke-Björk (1882-1981), Bo Fajans, Gefle, Sweden, 1930´s.
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Vintage 1930s Swedish Scandinavian Modern Delft and Faience

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Faience

Pair of Swedish Art Deco covered urns by Eva Jancke Bjork
Located in New York, NY
Swedish Art Deco ceramic covered urns with hand applied decorates in white crackle glaze. One urn has a white interior the other celadon. Designed by Eva Jancke Björk for Bo Fajans, ...
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20th Century Swedish Vases

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Ceramic

Eva Jancke Björk, Sizable Vase, Glazed Stoneware, for Bo Fajans, Sweden, 1940s
By Bo Fajans, Eva Jancke-Björk
Located in West Palm Beach, FL
An early modernist vase. Designed by Eva Jancke Björk, for Bo Fajans, Sweden, 1940s. With makers stamps. Other designers of the period include Ettore Sottsass, Carl Harry Stålh...
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Vintage 1930s Swedish Art Deco Vases

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Stoneware

Eva Jancke Björk, Vase, Brown Glaze Stoneware, for Bo Fajans, Sweden, 1930s
By Bo Fajans, Eva Jancke-Björk
Located in West Palm Beach, FL
An early modernist vase. Designed by Eva Jancke Björk, for Bo Fajans, Sweden, 1930s. Stamped. Other designers of the period include Ettore Sottsass, Carl Harry Stålhane, Lisa L...
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Vintage 1930s Swedish Art Deco Vases

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Stoneware

Eva Jancke Björk, Vases, Brown Glaze Stoneware, for Bo Fajans, Sweden, 1930s
By Bo Fajans, Eva Jancke-Björk
Located in West Palm Beach, FL
A pair of early modernist vases. Designed by Eva Jancke Björk, for Bo Fajans, Sweden, 1930s. Stamped. Other designers of the period include Ettore Sottsass, Carl Harry Stålhane...
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Vintage 1930s Swedish Art Deco Vases

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Stoneware

Eva Jancke Björk, Vase, Blue Glaze Stoneware, for Bo Fajans, Sweden, 1940s
By Eva Jancke-Björk, Bo Fajans
Located in West Palm Beach, FL
An early modernist vase. Designed by Eva Jancke Björk, for Bo Fajans, Sweden, 1940s. Stamped. Other designers of the period include Ettore Sottsass, Carl Harry Stålhane, Lisa L...
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Vintage 1930s Swedish Art Deco Vases

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Stoneware

Pair of Urns, Faience by Eva Jancke-Björk for Bo Fajans, Sweden, Mid-1900
By Bo Fajans, Eva Jancke-Björk
Located in Stockholm, SE
A pair of urns in faience, designed by Eva Jancke-Björk for Bo Fajans Gefle, mid-1900.
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Mid-20th Century Swedish Scandinavian Modern Urns

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Faience

Swedish Ceramic Vase by Bo Fajans, 1940s
By Eva Jancke-Björk, Bo Fajans
Located in Stockholm, SE
Large stoneware vase by Eva Jancke-Björk for Bo Fajans. Hand thrown in Sweden during the 1940s. 2 tones of blue glaze. Signed on the bottom.
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Vintage 1940s Swedish Scandinavian Modern Vases

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Stoneware

Eva Bjork For Sale on 1stDibs

With a vast inventory of beautiful furniture at 1stDibs, we’ve got just the eva bjork you’re looking for. A eva bjork — often made from ceramic, stoneware and earthenware — can elevate any home. You’ve searched high and low for the perfect eva bjork — we have versions that date back to the 20th Century alongside those produced as recently as the 20th Century are available. When you’re browsing for the right eva bjork, those designed in Art Deco and Scandinavian Modern styles are of considerable interest. A well-made eva bjork has long been a part of the offerings for many furniture designers and manufacturers, but those produced by Bo Fajans are consistently popular.

How Much is a Eva Bjork?

Prices for a eva bjork can differ depending upon size, time period and other attributes — at 1stDibs, they begin at $619 and can go as high as $3,500, while the average can fetch as much as $1,400.

Finding the Right Vases for You

Whether it’s a Chinese Han dynasty glazed ceramic wine vessel, a work of Murano glass or a hand-painted Scandinavian modern stoneware piece, a fine vase brings a piece of history into your space as much as it adds a sophisticated dynamic.

Like sculptures or paintings, vases are considered works of fine art. Once offered as tributes to ancient rulers, vases continue to be gifted to heads of state today. Over time, decorative porcelain vases have become family heirlooms to be displayed prominently in our homes — loved pieces treasured from generation to generation.

The functional value of vases is well known. They were traditionally utilized as vessels for carrying dry goods or liquids, so some have handles and feature an opening at the top (where they flare back out). While artists have explored wildly sculptural alternatives over time, the most conventional vase shape is characterized by a bulbous base and a body with shoulders where the form curves inward.

Owing to their intrinsic functionality, vases are quite possibly versatile in ways few other art forms can match. They’re typically taller than they are wide. Some have a neck that offers height and is ideal for the stems of cut flowers. To pair with your mid-century modern decor, the right vase will be an elegant receptacle for leafy snake plants on your teak dining table, or, in the case of welcoming guests on your doorstep, a large ceramic floor vase for long tree branches or sticks — perhaps one crafted in the Art Nouveau style — works wonders.

Interior designers include vases of every type, size and style in their projects — be the canvas indoors or outdoors — often introducing a splash of color and a range of textures to an entryway or merely calling attention to nature’s asymmetries by bringing more organically shaped decorative objects into a home.

On 1stDibs, you can browse our collection of vases by material, including ceramic, glass, porcelain and more. Sizes range from tiny bud vases to massive statement pieces and every size in between.