JUST IN: Stig Lindberg (Domino 1955) Era-typical Triangles Dish

Stig Lindberg's dazzling dish with era-typical black/white triangles pattern in relief. The Domino series was unveiled at the Helsingborg Exhibition of 1955. Iconic modern design!

Stig designed the Domino series in 1954 for the Gustavsberg factory in the Stockholm archipelago. The series was launched at the design exhibition H55 where Lindberg made his international debut. The Domino objects are characterized by conical, rectangular, cylindrical and spherical shapes in graphic black and white contrasts. A few years later brown, yellow and the ultra-rare blue colors were introduced.

Size: Length: 6.3 inches, Width: 6.3 inches, Height: 1.2 inches; Marked: Gustavsberg, Domino, Stig L (Stig Lindberg). Price: $300

Stig Lindberg (1916-1982) is one of the most renowned representatives of the illustrious Swedish ceramic design of the 20th century. He is well-known for his constant creativity and exceptional eye for shapes, proportions and patterns. Lindberg is represented at the Swedish National Museum of Art and Design.