This is a fabulous decorative wall plate which dates to the 1960s.
It was made by the Norwegian company, Stavangerflint and designed by Kari Nyquist (1918 - 2011).
From 1955, she was employed as a freelance artist and designer at Stavangerflint. She worked at the company for short intervals and created designs for ceramic tableware, children’s tableware, occasional objects and souvenirs.
Her drawings were reproduced as silk screens, most often in a blue colour on a light blue background, but they are also found in other colour variations.
Kari Nyquist has held several exhibitions in Norway and abroad. She has pieces represented at The National Museum of Art, Architecture and Design in Oslo.
This is a charming plate by her and features highlights to see when you visit the Larvik Ferry & Sandifjord and VisAfold.
The plate is in very good condition - with no chips or cracks.
The plate is 8 inches in diameter.
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