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Designer - Johan Jacob Ahrenberg

1869-1873 in Stockholm's Royal Swedish Academy of Arts (Konstakademien) studied JAC. AHRENBERG (born 1847 in Vyborg, died 1914 in Helsinki) was an achitect as well as an artist and a writer. He did several study trips to Central Europe and Anatolia which played a part in influencing his classic architecture style. Ahrenberg worked as an artistic advisor at Arabia factory in 1890's when they systematically started to seek designers from European porcelain factories for their own design production especially to parent companies like Rörstrand.

Ahrenberg's most famous works are castings of faience, maiolica technique glazed monumental vases and also Arabia's first own tableware model N from year 1897, with Byzantine influences. Ahrenberg's works were on display in arts and crafts exhibitions. Besides that he actively worked for different organizations and boards affecting the recognizability of arts and crafts of  autonomous Finland. Also Arabia's production was visibly brought out because of Ahrenberg's contribution.

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