Collection of 18th Century Design

  • Glasmålning, formgivare okänd, 1750–1799. RKM 19–1982. Foto: Mikael Lammgård, Röhsska museet
  • Byrå av bok med mahogny- och rosenträintarsia. Gottlieb Iwersson (1750–1813). RKM 22–1940. Foto: Mikael Lammgård, Röhsska museet
  • Tebord i Masreliezrummet. Foto: Mikael Lammgård, Röhsska museet
  • Stockholmsrummet. Foto: Mikael Lammgård, Röhsska museet
  • Den här kannan är en av de mest kända svenska kaffekannor av silver från rokokoperioden. Den är utförd i silver av en grundplatta som drivits och ciselerats uppåt i ett knäckmönster. Foten, pipen och det svartbetsade trähandtaget har därefter lötts på. Knoppen på locket är formad som en blomma. Johan Bergengren, Kristianstad, 1764. RKM 51–1923. Foto: Mikael Lammgård, Röhsska museet
  • Potpurriurna i glas. Göteborgs glasbruk (1762–1803). RKM 42–1928. Foto: Mikael Lammgård, Röhsska museet

The Röhsska Museum has a fine collection of design objects from the 18th century. It is a significant century in the modern history of design as the mass production and mass consumption made ​​a decisive shift in product design and manufacturing. The collection consists of a great variety of objects as furniture, ceramics, fashion and textiles. The collection also includes various authentic 18th century interiors.

The 18th century interiors on the second floor are closed
Due to extensive renovation and refurbishment of the museum several of the museum’s premises will be kept closed. As of January 12, 2014 the East Asian Collections on the third floor is closed due to security and update work and the 18th century interiors on the second floor are closed due to the ongoing rebuilding work of the permanent exhibitions. Many of the museum objects are available in our web catalog Search the collection.

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