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Pair of Bo Borgstrom for Aseda Amber Glass Vases
By Bo Borgstrom, Aseda
Located in Ferndale, MI
A pair of heavy mouth blown Scandinavian Amber Modern Vases by Bo Borgstrom for Aseda Glasbruk, 1960s. Original labels intact. Smaller vase measures 7" T x 2.25" W (at opening) x 1....
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Mid-20th Century Swedish Scandinavian Modern Aseda

Materials

Blown Glass

Vintage Amber Glass, Bo Borgström, Aseda Glasbruk, 1960s
By Aseda
Located in Roma, IT
Vintage amber glass is an original decorative object made in Sweden, realized by Bo Borgström for Aseda Glasbruk during the 1960s. In clear amber. Dimensions: cm 40 x 8. Excel...
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1960s Swedish Vintage Aseda

Materials

Glass

Vintage 1970s Colorful Set of Five Glass Vases by Bo Borgstrom for ASEDA, Sweden
By Aseda
Located in Kirchlengern, DE
Article: Set of 5 glass vases Producer: ASEDA, Sweden Design: Bo Borgstrom Decade: 1970s Original vintage 1970s set of 5 vases of the ASEDA Tulip S...
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Mid-20th Century Swedish Mid-Century Modern Aseda

Materials

Glass

Midcentury Glass Vases by Bo Borgström for Åseda, Sweden
By Bo Borgstrom, Aseda
Located in Albano Laziale, Rome/Lazio
Six midcentury vases of different sizes by Aseda Glasbruk (glass makers) Sweden. In blue, green, amber and clear cased glass bamboo style. The name of the design is 'Bark' vase, desi...
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1960s Swedish Mid-Century Modern Vintage Aseda

Materials

Blown Glass

Swedish Mid-Century Green and Amber Toned Glass Bowl by Bo Borgström for Aseda
By Bo Borgstrom, Aseda
Located in Landau an der Isar, Bayern
Beautiful green and amber toned glass bowl or dish designed by Bo Borgström for Aseda Glasbruk, Sweden. The thin, delicate green wall of the bowl, coupled with the thick, heavy amber...
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1960s Swedish Mid-Century Modern Vintage Aseda

Materials

Blown Glass

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