More than 45 000 objects manufactured at The Gustavsberg Porcelain Factory during some 170 years. The collection is owned by the Swedish State and managed by Nationalmuseum since 2000 . A selection is displayed at the Gustavsberg Porcelain Museum which is part of Nationalmuseum.
The Gustavsberg collection contains more than 45 000 pieces, ranging from studio-made ornaments and display vases to familiar tableware and heritage sanitaryware to enamel and plastic artefacts, produced at the Gustavsberg works from 1825 until the factory closed in 1993. There are also many prototypes of pieces that never went into production.
A part of Nationalmuseum
In 2000 the then owner, the Swedish Cooperative Union (KF), donated the collection to the Swedish State and Nationalmuseum, which has managed it since that time.
Designers represented in the collection are are amongst others Stig Lindberg, Lisa Larson, Wilhelm Kåge, Karin Björquist, Tyra Lundgren, Gunnar G:son Wennerberg and Margareta Hennix.
Explore the collection
Some 35 000 objects from the Gustavsberg collection are registered in the Nationalmuseum’s online database. To search the database, write Gustavsberg plus the name of the artist or service in the free text field.