Two P. Kedelv Coquille Vases



Design history

Designer: Paul Kedelv

Manufacturer: Flygsfors Glassworks, Sweden (1888- 1979)

Model: Coquille

Style: Scandinavian Modern

Period: circa 1950/60s


Pair of Coquille vases designed by Paul Kedelv and manufactured by Flygsfors Glassworks in Sweden. Marked, one vase signed Flygsfors Coquille. Tiny chip on the bigger vase, pictured.

In 1949, Paul Kedelv joined Flygsfors, and during his time there, he created the most popular and recognizable ranges of art glass ever manufactured at the company. In 1952, he designed the Coquille (which means shell in Swedish) range of art glass. This range or art glass was distinguished by its organic forms with cased layers of transparent and opaque colored glass, and was inspired by sea shells. The Coquille range became Flygsfors’ most popular and world renown line of glass, and was produced into the early 60s.


Materials and Techniques:Crystal

Dimensions: Large - H 33 cm, W 25 cm, D 10 cm

Small - H 25 cm, W 11.5 cm, D 9 cm.

Number of Items: 2

740 €

tax incl.


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