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Prince Carl Philip launches new collection of crystal products

This weekend His Royal Highness Prince Carl Philip and his business partner, Oscar Kylberg launched a new collection of crystal products for their company “Bernadotte & Kylberg.” This time they have launched handmade vases, bowls and votives in crystal. The products are made in Zwiesel Crystal glass and come in the colours of yellow, blue and green. The news was presented at the Ambiente Fair in Germany, and the company also wrote about their new products on their Instagram profile.

Bernadotte & Kylberg was founded in 2012 and has designed products for many brands. The design duo design both industrial as graphic products with the user in focus. In a charity project for Childhood, Bernadotte & Kylberg designed the carpet “Middle of Nowhere” out of scrap silk parachutes for the brand Vandra Rugs. In February 2014, the collaboration between the duo and the Danish design company, Stelton was presented which is Bernadotte & Kylberg’s first international assignment.

HRH Prince Carl Philip, HRH Princess Sofia and HRH Prince Alexander in August 2016. Photo: Kate Gabor, The Royal Court, Sweden.

In addition to designing glasses and bowls, the Prince has also designed jackets. This happened in 2014 for the clothing brand “A-one”. The jackets came out in five different models, three for women and two for men. The jackets were very popular both in Sweden and abroad. The jackets cost between 1995 and 2995 Swedish crowns; this is between 190 and 290 British pounds and between 240 and 345 US dollars.

See more of the Prince’s designs and products here.

Prince Carl Philip has studied graphic design at Forsbergs School. Prince Carl Philip has also studied design at Rhode Island School of Design in the USA where he also won a design competition, under a pseudonym. His Royal Highness is the fourth in line of the Swedish succession, after his older sister, Crown Princess Victoria, his niece and goddaughter Princess Estelle, and his nephew, Prince Oscar. He lives with his wife, Princess Sofia and their son, Prince Alexander at Drottningholm Palace in Stockholm.

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