Rörstrand Swedish Grace mug 0,3 L, Mist
Rörstrand Swedish Grace mug 0,3 L, Mist

Swedish Grace mug 0,3 L, Mist


$16.43 $21.90

Swedish Grace mug 0
$16.43 $21.90

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Rörstrand’s Swedish Grace mug features a refined wheatear pattern created by designer and artist Louise Adelborg in the 1920s. Originally known as the National Service, or Nationalservisen, the iconic collection has been in continuous production for decades and was later aptly renamed Swedish Grace.

Made of high-quality feldspar porcelain, the timelessly elegant Swedish Grace mug can easily be combined with other tableware as well and is equally perfect for both everyday use and grand celebrations.

Feldspar porcelain
Light grey
9 cm
11.5 cm
9 cm
0.2 kg
Oven safe up to 250 degrees. Can be used in the microwave. Avoid rapid temperature changes.
Care instructions
Can be washed in the dishwasher.

Louise Adelborg

Louise Adelborg (1885–1971) was a Swedish designer and artist, best known for her collaboration with porcelain manufacturer Rörstrand. A member of the noble family, Adelborg worked for Rörstrand for several decades developing refined designs, some of them still in production today.  One of her most distinguished creations is the iconic Sweden’s National Service or Nationalservisen collection, later renamed Swedish Grace.

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