To the Lisa Larson Shop

Visit Gustavsbergs Porslinsmuseum in the old factory area of the little town Gustavsberg, outside Stockholm, and see examples of the production since the factory started production in 1827.

porslinsmuseum
Porslinsmuseum



Lisa Larson was employed at Gustavsberg’s porcelain factory between 1954 and 1980. During her time there she created several hundred different designs – many of which became design classics and sought after by antique dealers and private collectors. She became an important PR personality for the company during the 1960’s and 70’s as her products were immensely popular.

Lisa and her cats 1959 With Stig Lindberg and Britt-Louise Sundell 1962 With children’s author Astrid Lindgren and ‘Pippi Longstocking’ 1967 Finance Minister Gunnar Sträng with Lisa’s piggy bank ‘Sträng’ 1972 With Danny Kaye and the collection ‘All Världens Barn’ (Children of the World) which was raising funds for Unicef 1974

Lisa and her cats 1959

With Stig Lindberg and Britt-Louise Sundell 1962

With children’s author Astrid Lindgren and ‘Pippi Longstocking’ 1967

Finance Minister Gunnar Sträng with Lisa’s piggy bank ‘Sträng’ 1972

With Danny Kaye and the collection ‘All Världens Barn’ (Children of the World) which was raising funds for Unicef 1974