Figgjo (Norway) 'Lotte' Bread and Butter Plates | Designed by Turi Gramstad-Oliver [Sold Separately]

Tax included. Shipping calculated at checkout.

Figgjo was founded by Harald Lima and Sigurd Figved in 1941. In 1946, designer and ceramist Ragnar Grimsrud (1902-1988) became co-owner and general manager of Figgjo. The company took its current form in 1968 following the merger of Stavangerflint AS with Figgjo Fajanse AS.

The company is still in production today (one the last in the Nordic region) and as well as producing wonderful new pieces, classics such as Lotte, Market and Daisy continue to be popular with a new generation of collectors today.

You can read more about Figgjo and their history, here:


Pattern: Lotte

Designer: Turi Gramstad Oliver
Produced from: 1962 to 1985

Model: 6.5" Bread and Butter Plates
Dimensions: 17cm diameter

Condition: Each bowl is in great to excellent vintage condition, with little surface wear. Some very light crazing, but minimal.

Each bowl is sold separately; please choose your quantity from the drop-down menu (five bowls available in total, at time of posting).