Sigurd Persson Woodburning Stove in Cast Iron
Sigurd Persson for Kockums, woodburning stove, black cast iron, Sweden, 1960s
Original woodburning stove designed by Sigurd Persson in the late 1960s-1970s. The fireplace is decorated with circles on the side. The high legs lift the stove from the ground, which makes the design more airy. The piece can be a sturdy, sculptural addition to your interior or patio. In this case suitable for both the winter and summer season.
Sigurd Persson (1914–2003) was a Swedish sculptor and blacksmith. Growing up in a goldsmith family, Persson founded his own studio in Stockholm in 1942, and during his long career he designed objects in various materials such from metal to glass and plastic.