Berndt Friberg 1960s Four Miniature Vessels for Gustavsberg, Sweden | Wilhelm Kage and Stig Lindberg invited Friberg to work at Gustavsberg in 1944 where he threw all his unique pieces. Friberg would not allow anyone to sign pieces that were not thrown by himself, thus having complete control over quality and production. All four vessels are inscribed with Friberg's signature and Gustavsberg logo.
Marie Kirschner (Berlin) designed 277 unique patterns for her own personal sales, of which the Loetz factory produced signing them with her MK monogram as seen above. Marie funded these designs, by in return designing glass for the Loetz factory's normal production, and some of the glass pieces from her own series were also adopted by the factory for its normal production range. These pieces do not carry the artist's signature as the Loetz factory didn't have the rights to use her MK…
LOETZ., Cameo - 1920 - 1930 This section contains examples of Loetz glass in the style of Gallé. Often signed Loetz, Ca Loetz, or with the name of foreign customers (Richard, Veles). Note: While other "cameo-type" works were produced by Loetz, they were in limited productions.
Wilhelm Kåge vase Gustavsberg Sweden, 1956 glazed earthenware 4.5 dia x 10.5 h inches Incised signature to underside: [Kage A]. Signed with impressed manufacturer's mark to underside: [Studio Gustavsberg].