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Author Topic: ID Help Needed..Hadeland?  (Read 1572 times)

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Offline kisslikeether

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Re: ID Help Needed..Hadeland?
« Reply #10 on: December 11, 2012, 01:30:49 PM »
No they are not Rosie Strömbergshyttan was in production from 1933-1979 named after Edvard Strömberg the original address was Lindefors the town eventually changed it's name to Strömbergshyttan (as has happened with a number of towns with glassworks)
Studioglas Strömbergshyttan didn't come into being until 1987 by Leif Persson and Mikael Axen Brant & is now part of the Bergdala studio.

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Re: ID Help Needed..Hadeland?
« Reply #11 on: December 11, 2012, 02:02:44 PM »
Thank you for that info Kisslikeether, and for making it so clear. 
I collect a lot of Scandinavian glass, albeit they are mostly birds and animals, ( but I LOVE that vase!!), so all this sort of info helps me to make sense of some ambiguous listings.
Rosie.  :)
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