The work he did for this series was much more intricate, detailed and often "glitzy" compared with his "Bread and Butter work" as he called it for Nymolle. These pieces have been very difficult to photograph because of the plain white and gold being the only colours, which tends to confuse the camera a bit, but anyway you should get an idea of their intricate detail and beauty.
I think the photos of the gold pieces show Wiinblad's wonderful drawing style at its best - beautifully intricate and full of charm and grace. They are quite small pieces - about the size of a saucer. The backtsamp is from the round dish. The final photograph is a plain but beautiful piece of "blanc-de-chine" - plain white porcelain with a superbly carved relief pattern of one of Bjorn's lovely ladies. I have also seen this piece in black - which is even more stunning - they would make a great pair put together.
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