While their claim to a four-century long company history is nothing to be sniffed at, this iconic Swedish design house is responsible for some of the globe’s finest contemporary homeware and fashion accessories.
Synonymous with quality crafted brass pieces, Skultuna has been producing items of beauty from their burned and resurrected riverside foundry since 1607. Whether it’s a candlestick holder, vase, votive or bracelet, their products have a gleaming allure that makes them hard to ignore.
It all began with the manufacture of fine brass chandeliers, which at the time were a rare art form and remain at the core of their business to this day. In order to adapt and keep up with the times, Skultuna began collaborating with some of the world’s foremost designers, the likes of Gam Fratesi, Richard Hutten and Luca Nichetto on a range of products that are distinctly modern but hold true to the same craftsmanship as all Skultuna pieces. Between 1955 and 1986, at the hands of designer Pierre Forsell, the brand shaped itself as a producer of luxury homeware items with a modern appeal.