Gustavsberg manufactures genuine porcelain such as tableware and artefacts in bone china and stoneware. Ingegerd Råman, Signe Persson Melin, Stig Lindberg and Margareta Hennix are examples of the artists behind our design.
HushållsPorslinsFabriken (HPF), which had been in continuous operation since 1825 (the first firing took place in 1827), was taken over as number seven in the line of owners, under new management in 1996 when some of the employees became owners. The factory, which is Sweden’s only porcelain factory, marks its porcelain with the well-known anchor mark and “Made in Gustavsberg Sweden”.
The company is entirely privately owned and manufactures complete bone china tableware and stoneware products in the old factory premises in Gustavsberg, 20 km east of Stockholm. The specialty is bone china, which is the only one of its kind in the Nordic countries, with traditions in the factory dating back to the last decades of the 19th century.
The factory manufactures products for both professional kitchens and private consumers. Monogram services, such as coat of arms, boat and company tableware are a specialty.