Engravers at Orrefors
The below list in alfabetical order tries to give an overview of the engravers that were active at Orrefors. If known, the initials that they used for signing their work are mentioned. Nils Landberg and Sven Palmqvist also feature in the list of engravers. Since both started their career as engravers at Orrefors, the period mentioned after their names covers only the period they worked as engravers, and does not represent their whole tenure at Orrefors. When you have and engraved glass piece that is signed by either Landberg or Palmqvist, then this means that they actually did the engraving themselves.
GA – Gustav Abels – 1915-1959
VA – Verner Abrahamsson – 1926-1946
Hakan Alm – 1926-1927
JA – Jan Andersson – 1956-62
HA – Harald Axelsson – 1946-64
RB – Richard Bayer – 1922-1927
LB – Lisa Bergqvist – 1924-1959
R, RB – Ragnar Bergqvist – 1921-1930
O, OB – Ove Bjerding – 1928-1970
SB – Suzanne Blanck – 1983-1987
FB – Fritz Bohman – 1923-1931
HC-n – Hans Carlsson – 1928-1932
AD – Arthus Diessner – 1920-1963
WE – Wilhelm Eisert – 1920-1934
GE – Gösta Elgström – 1923-1946
BE – Börje Eriksson – 1947-1996
KE – Krister Eriksson – 1984
BF – Birger Flygelius – 1940-1945
Valter Fransson – 1920
Olof Fredrikson – 1924-1928
EG – Emil Goldmann – 1923-1939
BG – Bertil Gustavsson – 1926-1975
B – Birger Gustavsson – 1923-1927
HG – Hakan Gustavsson – 1938-1961
RH – Rene Hagstedt – 1925-1928
HH – Harold Hansson – 1922-1928
Fridolf Hedvall
BH – Börje Hermansson – 1948-1965
EH – Emil Hickisch
FH – Fritz Hikisch – 1922-1926
Carl-Gustaf Hakansson – 1931-1932
Sten Hakansson – 1931-1932
EH – Edit Högstedt – 1925-1931
Axel Johansson – 1924-1925
BJ – Birgitta Johansson – 1976-?
DJ – Dag Johansson – 1978-1980
Sneza Jovanovic – 1973-1974
ÅK – Åke Hugo Karlsson – 1924-1945
ÅRK – Ake R. Karlsson – 1927-1946
Mikael Kindberg – 1977-1980
Rudolf Knösspel – 1922-1925
LJK – Ljupco Kocovski – 1978-1980
DK – Dorothy Konnberg – 1987-1990
NL – Nils Landberg – 1925-1940 (engraved until 1940, worked at Orrefors until 1972)
O, OL – Oscar Landås – 1922-1970
AL – Arne Lindahl – 1938-1987
HL – Hilding Lindahl – 1923-1927
PL – Peder Lindahl – 1943-1965
Jan Lindholm – 1947-1948
LL – Lennart Lindsten – 1947
CL – Christina Lundh – 1974
TH, ThL – Thure Löfgren – 1922-1958
Erik Müller – 1947-1948
Ferdinand Müller – 1922-1926
KM – Karl Müller – 1923-1927
L-E N – Lars-Erik Nilsson – 1942-1970
SN – Susanne Nilsson – 1974
AN – Axel Nordgren – 1927-1972
SO – Susanne Olofsson – 1987-1994
SP – Sven Palmqvist – 1928-1940 (engraved until 1940, worked at Orrefors until 1972)
P – Olof Petersson – 1925-1930
SP – Sten Petersson -1922-1969
EP, E-P-l – Erik Poohl – 1950-1975
Heinrich Profft – 1922-1924
JR – John Rosenstam – 1923-1963
RR – Ragnar Rosenstam – 1921-1964
AR – Arthur Roos – 1924-1974
Elving Runemalm – 1929-1931
GR – Gustav Ruud – 1928
SR – Sture Rydberg – 1928-1944
ER – Elis Rydh – 1917-1958
HR – Henry Rydh – 1925-1943
Hj – Hjerton Rydh – 1924-1939
KR – Karl Rössler – 1923-1966
Anders Schultzberg – 1926-1927
Gs – Gunnar Schultzberg – 1926-1936
TS – Thure Schultzberg – 1926-1956
Inga-Lill Stjärnborg – 1973-1974
LS – Leif Svahn – 1976-?
A-S, as – Anders Svensson – 1939-1981
FK, FW, Folke Karlsson-Walvin – 1923-1927
EW – Emil Weidlich – 1922-1929
EW – Eva Wennberg – 1976-?
OK, OW – Emanuel (Olle) Karlsson-Wigelius – 1923-1927
HW – Hugo Williamsson – 1928-1944 and 1973-1976
JW – Jan Winter – 1975-1979
Anton Witt – 1923
SW – Sigvard Wulff – 1923-1930
EÅ – Ernst Åberg – 1923-1941 and 1947-1958

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