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What can be better than this for Summer? The Iittala Essence Set of Two Cocktail Bowls.
Distinctive, combinable and multi-functional Finnish design, Iittala makes essential objects that enrich your everyday life.
The Alvar Aalto Vase is a classic from 1936. Hand blown and featuring the designer's signature on the bottom, it is available in several different sizes.
The roots of Iittala date back to 1881 when a glass factory was established in a village of the same name in southern Finland. Iittala doesn’t just create beautiful objects. They believe in timeless design that will never be thrown away.
For your table Iittala produces cutlery, glassware, mugs and cups, plates and bowls, and beautiful, useful serving tools. Many of their products are available in colorful, combinable series such as Aarne glassware, Piano flatware, and the Teema mugs and plates series.
Designed in 1952 by one of Iittala’s most iconic design heroes, Kaj Franck, each piece in the vast Teema collection is derived from three simple forms: circle, square and rectangle. Many great colors to choose from.
Fitting naturally into the diner's grip, the appealing curves of the Renzo Piano designed Piano Cutlery Service make it as attractive to hold as it is to behold.
This mouth-blown Aarne Cocktail Glass, part of the Iittala Aarne Glass series, originally helped set the trend for essential glassware in the 1950s. Glass designer Göran Hongell was one of the pioneers of the Finnish glass tradition.
Iittala’s home interior accessories include the Alvar Aalto Collection of vases and bowls, the Allas series of different sized candle holders, and the oak Alvar Aalto serving platter. An amazingly beautiful vase of sculpturesque forms, the Carambola Vase, designed by Heikki Orvola, owe its origins to the exotic Starfruit.
The Carambola Vase blends utility (made of strong bone china) with pure white translucent beauty.
A 2012 winner of the Red Dot Design Award, the Iittala Allas Cast Iron Candle Holder is a new interpretation of the traditional candelabra. Norwegian designer Anders Engesvik combines the heaviness of cast iron with the lightness of tall and comforting candles.
Iittala’s cookware includes the Collective Tools Collection.
Designed by Antonio Citterio, 2000, a complete toolbox for modern dining that works individually or as a set. These stainless steel design objects feel instantly comfortable in your hands. Complements any Iittala cutlery range.
Iittala - timeless design since 1881.
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