I found the first plate, which is a dinner- plate size, a while ago. I wasn't really looking for it, but recognized the pattern and found it really beautiful. This weekend I found a larger serving plate and a wall plaque. Even if it has a little hole in it for hanging, I think I'll rather use it as a small cheese plate. It's perfect for a piece of brie. My walls are next to white, so the pattern wouldn't show. That is, if I don't work up the courage to paint one of my walls black like this, which I think looks amazing. That's a great mid- century blog from Brussels, by the way, well worth exploring.
The furu pattern was designed by artist Severin Brørby. I'm a bit unsure of the year, but the information I have found suggests 1972. I'm not at all sure about this, if any of you guys out there know anything about it, it would be great to hear from you. There's not a great deal of information to be found on the web. The pieces are heavy and substantial, made of full lead crystal. The wall plaque is flat while the plates have carefully rounded edges. The pine branch pattern is pressed into the back, leaving the front shiny and smooth.