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Swedish Tea Time print featuring Stig Lindberg’s Bersa design

Swedish Tea Time

This Swedish Tea Time print honours the Stig Lindberg's distinctive Bersa porcelain design. Originally dating to the 1960s, it's still in production today and still is the ideal accompaniment to a cup of tea, as this design makes clear! 

The print is the work of Handz whose Etsy shop is full of prints inspired by classic kitchenware: other designs are based around Cathrineholm bowls or Marianne Westman's Picknick, for example. 

They are reasonably priced too: far cheaper than the actual objects. This A3 print costs $19. 

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Stig Lindberg Prunus dinnerware


Another distinctive design to add to the list of Stig Lindberg re-issues is the Prunus dinnerware

This design comes slightly later than many of his other re-issued ranges: it was originally manufactured between 1962 and 1974. However, its fruity pattern still looks fresh and is perfect for Spring. The range is still manufactured by Gustavsbergs Porslinsfabrik in Sweden. 

Prices start at £38.77 for a small plate. 

Buy it from the Scandinavian Design Center

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Stig Lindberg Aster porcelain


You'll probably recognise Stig Lindberg's Bersa porcelain design with its distinctive leaf motif. However, Gustavsberg also have reissued another of Lindberg's works from the 1970s, the Aster design.

Looking equally as Scandinavian cool, the cup features a large floral pattern in either red or blue against white. And, like the Bersa, it doesn't come cheap either. A coffee cup will set you back the equivalent of  $80. 

Buy it from the Huset shop website