Stoneware frying pan, shallow flared sides, the handle cast in one with the body. Covered with deep red matt glaze. Factory mark.
- 1955 (designed)
- Made in: Sweden
- Height: 50 millimetres
- Length: 464 millimetres (with handle)
- Diameter: 258 millimetres
- Diameter: 218 millimetres
Inscription Typemaker's mark
Inscription ContentSWEDEN FLAMELDFAST TERMA 2 GUSTAVSBERG [rope and anchor]
From the 'Terma' service designed by Stig Lindberg (1916-82) in 1955 and shown at the Helsingfors exhibition of 1955. It was made in a new heat resistant or flameproof body called 'Termagods' , and enabled food to be served in the same dish that it was cooked in.
3 December 2004
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Object reference number: MCT20738
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