A maker of brass plates, candlesticks, and chandeliers since 1607, Skultuna is one of the oldest brass companies in the world.
Skultuna Messingsbruk is a Swedish brass foundry established in 1607 at the bequest of King Charles IX of Sweden. Running continuously for over 400 years, it is one of the oldest brass companies in the world, still appointed as a purveyor to the Court of Sweden. Named after the location of its factory site, a small town just outside of Västerås, Skultuna plays an important role in Swedish design heritage.
Initially, the foundry crafted mostly brass plates, candlesticks, and chandeliers. The lineage of some of the original designs is still preserved, paying homage to traditional Nordic values of quality, timelessness, and craftsmanship.
Over the years, the collection has expanded to include various home goods and fashion accessories developed in collaboration with renowned designers such as GamFratesi, Lara Bohinc, Luca Nichetto, Monica Förster, Richard Hutten and Claesson Koivisto Rune. Following its unchanged philosophy since the 17th century, Skultuna creates antiques and heirlooms of the future, always with the same sense of durability, function and design.