Eda glasbruk glassworks factory was first founded in 1830 by Carl Christopher Lampa and Lars Wilhelm Ahlbom in Eda kommun in Värmland County, Sweden. In 1842, new owners took over the glass factory and in 1862 moved a site in Surte, in Västra Götaland County, Sweden. A branch location, first known as Geijer Fors Glass Works, was started in 1896 at Magnor, a village in the municipality of Eidskog, in Hedmark, Norway.
Magnor Glassworks was established in a forested area near the border between Norway and Sweden. The large forests supplied fuel for the melting furnaces. While the operations on the Swedish side of the border has ceased, Magnor Glassworks is still in operation and produces tableware, vases and other art objects in glass. The company has manufactured glassware designed by Norwegian fashion designer Per Spook and Norwegian painter and artist Vebjørn Sand.
- Magnor Glassware - Norway (Fjorn Scandinavian) Archived 2011-02-23 at the Wayback Machine
- Eidskog (GoNorway)
- Glastillverkningen i Eda har en lång historia (Eda Glasbruk) Archived 2008-05-15 at the Wayback Machine
- Høsøien Indseth, Ingrid (2007-05-03). "Ari-suksess for Magnor" (in Norwegian). NRK. Retrieved 13 January 2010.
- Per Spook – The meeting of glass with style (Magnor Glassverk AS) Archived 2014-03-10 at the Wayback Machine