Stoneware hot water jug, taoering towards the top and covered with deep red matt glaze. Factory mark.
- 1955 (designed)
- Made in: Sweden
- Height: 188 millimetres (with lid)
- Height: 118 millimetres (without lid)
Inscription Typemaker's mark
Inscription ContentSWEDEN FLAMELDFAST TERMA 7 GUSTAVSBERG [rope and anchor] 88
Inscription CommentPrinted in black; number impressed
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.
2 December 2004
Surface clean ceramics, metal and stone objects
The object is in good condition, but slightly dusty.
The surface of the object was cleaned with Synperonic A7(non ionic detergent) in distilled water and dried with tissue paper.
See also 2000,0909.10-12
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Object reference number: MCT20736
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