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1950s Ribb dinnerware by Stig Lindberg

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We have featured some of the classic Stig Lindberg designs in the past, the Bersa and the Adam and Eva for example, but we haven't featured this 1950s classic – the Ribb dinnerware by Stig Lindberg.

The Ribb dinnerware from Gustavsberg was introduced under the name Spisa Ribb during the H55 exhibition in Helsingborg, Sweden in 1955, but that striped design went missing for some years until its recent reissue. Perfecct for a vintage tea party, you can pick up a coffee and tea cup (with saucers), along with two sizes of plate, all made from genuine bone china and all dishwasher and microwave safe.

Prices vary depending on what you buy, but sell from around 37 Euros per piece.

Find out more at the Scandinavian Design Center website

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