Edward Hald (17 September 1883 – 4 July 1980) was a Swedish sculptor. His work was part of the art competitions at the 1932 Summer Olympics and the 1936 Summer Olympics.
- Fireworks Bowl (1921) – engraved in the outside rim of the base
- Decanter (1948) – Long narrow neck, tear-shaped bowl, a plain foot, smoky amber tint.
- Bowl (1950) – Example of Graal technique. Together with Simon Gate, Edward Hald pioneered the Graal technique at Orrefors. The technique may be described as coloured glass with decoration between the layers. One or more layers of colour are drawn over a ‘stock’ of clear glass. After cooling, the glass is worked to give the desired decoration, in this case, a spiralling effect. The piece then received an outer sleeve of clear glass and was reheated and shaped into its final form.
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