Shaped By Danish hands

Denmark, 1947

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Illustrates the work of Danish craftsmen in the making of pottery, furniture, toys, silverware, etc. Begins by showing ceramic workers making pottery and earthenware and then describes some of the experiments in design and in the use if new types of glazes by various artists. Examples of ceramic ware of the foremost artists in Denmark are shown. Prominent furniture designers are then shown at work and examples of designs of modern furniture, including types suitable for mass production are illustrated. Designs for wooden toys are shown too. Concludes by showing how artists plan new designs in silver and how silversmiths fashion articles from their designs.



Hagen Hasselbalch

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Minerva Film

Government Film Committee of Denmark






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