Helena Tynell for Glashütte Limburg, Light in blown and molded glass, 1960s
Helena Tynell, attributed to.
Glashütte Limburg, edited by.
Light in blown and molded glass fixture mounted on an aluminum base, in the shape of amber-colored bubbles.
Finnish work realized in the 1960s.
Dimensions : H 42 x D 31
Reference : LS4320391
Helena Tynell (1918-2016) is a Finnish glassmaker. She was educated at the Central School of Industrial Design, now part of Aalto University School of Arts, Design and Architecture, where she graduated in 1943. Tynell primarily uses glass molding and blowing. Some of his works are in the permanent collections of the Design Museum in Helsinki, the Nationalmuseum in Stockholm and the Corning Museum of Glass in Corning, USA.
Glashütte Limburg is a German manufacturer specializing in glass interior lighting that preserves traditional craftsmanship. These lights are worked with hand-blown glass, in a glass factory located in the city of Limburg.
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