Gerda Strömberg


Gerda Strömberg (1878–1960) was a Swedish glass designer who worked for several important Swedish glassworks during the first half of the 1900s. She worked, among others, for Orrefors, Eda Glassworks, and Strömbergshyttan, where she worked from the 1930s until her retirement. Strömberg’s designs are celebrated for their elegant simplicity and clarity, characteristics that have come to define Swedish glassware. Her works, particularly her vases and bowls, often featured subtle, engraved details that drew inspiration from Scandinavian landscapes and flora.