Swedish company Skultuna is producing brass and sterling silver objects of the highest quality for both everyday use and for special occasions. They have been doing ot for a long time, Skultuna is one of the oldest companies in the world, founded in the year 1607 as a brass foundry by King Karl IX. At the Stockholm Design Week 2013 Skultuna will present three new products.

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Monica Förster has designed a series of Flower Pots made in the very old method of metal spinning, a production method that has been in constant use during the last centuries in Skultuna and makes it possible to make large round three dimensional objects out of sheet metal. The Flower Pots resemble classical pots made of terracotta.

New Skultuna collection 2013

Designer trio Claesson Koivisto Rune has made a series of wall hangers. They are cast in solid brass and highly polished to create an almost mirror like surface.

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Finally a Book end by Swedish designer duo Folkform. With its geometrical sharp shapes and the highly polished surface, the Book end is a striking composition.

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