Stavangerflint Norway

Stavangerflint Norway

Stavangerflint AS was an earthenware factory in Stavanger, Norway, that was in operation from 1949. From 1958 to 1985 the Artistic Director was Kåre Berven Fjeldsaa (1918-1991). Born in Sandnes, Rogaland and educated as a ceramist at the National School of Arts and Crafts in Oslo, Fjeldsaa worked in the studio of Jens von der Lippe from 1936-46 and was a PhD candidate at the Royal Porcelain Factory in Copenhagen in 1956. From 1947-57 he had a studio in Bærum. Fjeldsaa was a pioneer in the art of stoneware and he designed the model Kongsstein declined in several variants. His signed works are very collectible.  Other artists and potters who worked at the factory include Turi Gramstad Oliver, Kari Nyquist, Gro Pedersen Claussen, Anne Lofthus and Inger Waage and their products are some of the most collectible.

Stavangerflint Flamingo Ware Dish by Inger Waage
Vintage Stavangerflint Flamingo
Stavangerflint Sera Plate by Inge Waage
Stavanger Flint Norway
Inger Waage Stavanger Flint Norway
Inger Waage Stavanger Flint Norway
Stavanger Flint Norway Brunette