Complete set by the Swedish ceramic designer Gunnar Nylund drawing
He has worked for the Danish B & G Porcelain Factory
Then back to Sweden Rorstrand as artistic director
In the 1970s is already a very experienced ceramic design master
This set of commemorative plates taken from Sweden's famous long fairy tale "Adventures of Goose"
The story was written in 1902-06
Written by the Swedish writer Selma Lagerlof visited the geographical, biological, folk customs throughout Sweden
Written to make Swedish children more aware of their country
"A book full of teaching, seriousness and no truth."
Long story fairy tale content to the effect that:
Swedish boy Nils Holgersson always likes naughty animals on the farm
So elf decided to punish Nils
Make him as big as a little finger
Become a small talk that can talk with animals
After Nils becomes a little bit smaller
Try to seek the help of animals
But he has been too bad for the animals, so no one wants to talk to him
Only a goose and hamster called Mark is willing to be his friend
When he saw Mark
Followed by a large group of geese flying over their Lapland farmhouse
Nils decided to hop on Mark's wings with the hamster
So the three of them traveled all over Sweden and found many fascinating places,
Learn about many interesting things in the world and enjoy happily adventuring.
Slowly, Nils began to learn to be kind to everyone
Expect someone to help him back to his original size one day
1971 commemorative plate
A skiing man and Nils' sled sleigh led by reindeer across the cold white wilderness accompanied by friendly dogs.
Ceramic burn, white and cobalt blue glaze
Length and width of about 19.5cm
Carefully drawn ornate detail
No matter what age you share.
The back of a wound wire for hanging
Can also be removed as a general plate to use
1971 limited production of commemorative plate
Julen is the meaning of Christmas
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