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Pancy Bing and Grondahl Art Nouveau vase by Emma Kongsboll (Copenhagen,1880-1944)

Pancy Bing and Grondahl Art Nouveau vase by Emma Kongsboll (Copenhagen,1880-1944)

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Danish Porcelain Art Nouveau vase from late XIX-early XX century.

Manufactory: Bing and Grondahl, Copenhaghen.

Rare early Art Nouveau triangular shape and decoration.

Marks: B&G (big letteres in blue cobalt underglaze)

Three towers bg Kjobenhavn Danish China Works (in green)

Model 1085/59

Paintairs name: EK in blue underglaze, that stands for Emma Kongsboll* (see info below)


*Emma Kongsboll
Emma Sofie Kongsböll (born as Emma Sofie Kaster 22.06.1880 in Copenhagen - died 3.6.1944 in Frederiksberg) was a painter at Bing& Gröndahl porcelain manufactory.

Emma Kongsboll was porcelain and landscape painter.

At the age of 16 years she was already employed by Bing & Grondahl, where she was a student of Hans Tegner and, after his death, head of the department.

In her paintings, she has portrayed the Jutland nature, especially the area around Mariager, where her family originated. 

She worked 48 years for Bing&Gröndahl until her death in 1944.
Emma Kongsball travelled to Berlin in 1910 and in
1937 she received a diploma for ceramical works in Paris.



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