Once again this year, at the end of the Eurovision Song Contest: The winner is …
It is still puzzling which song gets the most points at the end of the 64th contest and is declared the winner. But one thing is for sure: The winner’s trophy comes from Kosta Boda and will make his winner overjoyed.
The Swedish glass manufacturer Kosta Boda is offering a mini version of the winner’s trophy in a limited edition of 200 pieces.
Like the original, the glass sculpture is made by hand in the Swedish glassworks in Kosta. The mouth-blown, hand-cut and hand-painted award has the shape of a microphone from the 1950s and is designed by glass artist Kjell Engman.
This award gives you the opportunity to have the famous trophy in your own home, but also a piece of Europe. 1956, the Eurovision Song Contest was founded, which was called until 2001 under the name Grand Prix Eurovision de la Chanson.
This international music competition of composers and lyricists, performed by vocal interpreters, with around 200 million viewers every year. The final of the Eurovision Song Contest (ESC) 2019 will take place on May 18th and will be broadcast live from Tel Aviv.
Further information can also be found at www.eurovision.com.
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