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PORCELAIN: Beetroots, heads of dill, asparagus tips... the decor on Marianne Westman’s service Picknick went straight to the heart of the Swedes (and foreigners!) when launched by Rörstrand in 1956. Big price guide with 87 pieces. Photo: Bukowskis Market
fashion: Proper or daring? Fashionable swimsuits reveal quite a lot about their times. Photo: IBL
utensils: For those born in the 70s, Erik Kold’s happy, flowery plastic jars with lids make their eyes water at flea markets. Photo: Markus Koba
Textiles: Interior designer, fashion designer and founder of Beckmans school, Göta Trägårdh was for a long time an important power factor in textile Sweden. Here we can delight in her patterns for Stobo 1954-1964. Photo: Designarkivet
ceramics: Not everyone knows about Tebe Keramik, but many have seen Tore Borg’s well-known clay figures. We have gathered together Lennart Hyland, Sven
Glass: They are really mustard and jam pots of glass, but we recognise them as well-loved everyday glasses for squash, milk, water and beer. There are some very rare examples in our guide. Photo: Thomas Lindblad
Lamps: A new generation of ceiling lamps saw the light of day in the 50s/60s, composed of segments. In Denmark they were created by designers such as Poul Henningsen, Jo Hammerborg and Louis Weisdorf. In Sweden Hans-Agne Jakobsson and lesser-known Carl Thore designed brass and copper lamps that were popular on the export market. Photo: Bukowskis Market
Adresses: Sweden’s largest flea market guide with 549 addresses from Skåne to Lapland.