Nils Landberg was born in May 1907 and died in 1991, he was a reknowned Swedish glass artist, and studied at the Handicraft Society School in Gothenburg. Landberg worked at Orrefors Glassworks between 1925-72, initially as an engraver and from 1936 as a designer. He began with engraved glass and debuted at the Paris Exhibition in 1937, participated in the World Exhibition in New York in 1939 and won the gold medal at the 1957 Milan Triennale. Nils Landberg is best known to the public for his thin wall elegant tableware and art glass. His most famous designs are Tulip and Dusk. There are pieces of Landberg’s work in many public buildings throughout Sweden and is represented in several museums in Sweden, Germany and the United States.