Gunilla Jung was a glass and lighting artist and Silversmith. She designed glassware for Karhula (later Iittala) in the 1930s at the Institute of Applied Arts in Helsinki. Maybe best known for her pioneering lighting projects, such as in Helsinki’s Savoy Theatre.

Taito created her first silver designs and, later in the 1930s, others by Viri and Kultaseppät. She worked with Frans Nykänen, who at varying times was a director at both silversmithies.

Bukowskis GUNILLA JUNG, Two 1930’s ‘1059’ pendant lights for Stockmann Orno


GUNILLA JUNG, pendant light, model 1032, Stockmann Orno, Finland, mid-20th Century. – Bukowskis

GUNILLA JUNG, pendant light, model 1032, Stockmann Orno, Finland, mid-20th Century. Nickled frame, glass shade with painted flowers. Manufacturer mark. Diameter circa 20 cm. Height 58 cm. Electrical function not tested. Wear due to age and use.


Gunilla Jung – Amber Coloured Light

Gunilla Jung Description Rare ceiling light with yello shade, designed by Gunilla Jung.

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