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Timeless design since 1881. What started as a glass factory in Iittala, Finland, now celebrates generations of essential objects that are made to enrich people’s everyday lives. We believe objects should be distinctive, combinable and multi-functional, with lasting design that allows for individual use and expression. The progressive philosophy of our design heroes, Kaj Franck and Alvar Aalto...read more


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iittala Kastehelmi Footed Bowl

$25.00
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Professor Oiva Toikka’s Kastehelmi, Finnish for “dewdrop,” evolved
from a technical challenge when Toikka started using glass droplets
to cover joint marks left on the surface of pressed glass pieces. The
result was a popular range of glassware decorated with beads of
glass that glisten like dewdrops in the morning sun.
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iittala Taika Cushion Cover

$95.00
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Meaning “magic” in Finnish, Taika tableware showcases a range of bold
and enchanting illustrations designed to ignite your imagination and inspire
your storytelling. The patterns combine folklore with Slavic and Japanese
influences for a visual mythology that is one-of-a-kind, and the dynamic
forms combine easily with other Iittala collections to enhance any setting.
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iittala Taika Throw

$275.00
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Meaning “magic” in Finnish, Taika tableware showcases a range of bold
and enchanting illustrations designed to ignite your imagination and inspire
your storytelling. The patterns combine folklore with Slavic and Japanese
influences for a visual mythology that is one-of-a-kind, and the dynamic
forms combine easily with other Iittala collections to enhance any setting.
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iittala Nappula Short Candleholder

$39.00
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The Nappula candleholder was born when designer Matti Klenell
visited the Nuutajärvi glass museum and fell in love with an unusually
shaped table. Inspired by its distinctive design, he created a selection
of modern candleholders. Available in brass as well as selected
colors in powder coated steel, they combine his love of vintage and
modern forms. As well as being incredibly practical, they’re already
icons in the making.
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iittala Nappula Tall Candleholder

$49.00
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The Nappula candleholder was born when designer Matti Klenell
visited the Nuutajärvi glass museum and fell in love with an unusually
shaped table. Inspired by its distinctive design, he created a selection
of modern candleholders. Available in brass as well as selected
colors in powder coated steel, they combine his love of vintage and
modern forms. As well as being incredibly practical, they’re already
icons in the making.
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iittala Aalto 10 inch Vase

$175.00
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Drawing inspiration from the beauty of the natural world, the undulating
shape of each Aalto piece alludes to the untamed shorelines of Finland’s
thousands of lakes. The fluid aesthetic reaffirms the deep connection
between man and nature while making a statement against the failure
of industrial production to meet universal human needs. His complete
collection includes his legendary vases, coordinating bowls, platters and
more, all infused with a range of iconic colors.
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iittala Seth-Andersson Small Bowl

$175.00
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Double-coated to keep temperatures steady, this is a bold yet
minimal design. This intelligent solution to solving the problem
of keeping food warm or cold demonstrates Iittala’s timeless
design.
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iittala Seth-Andersson Large Bowl

$195.00
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Double-coated to keep temperatures steady, this is a bold yet
minimal design. This intelligent solution to solving the problem
of keeping food warm or cold demonstrates Iittala’s timeless
design.
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iittala Seth-Andersson Salad Servers - Set of Two

$65.00
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iittala Seth-Andersson Salad Servers - Set of Two
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iittala Ateenan Aamu

$125.00
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Ateenan aamu (Morning in Athens) is a sculpture made of glass
pendants. When moved by the wind, the fragile glass bubbles
make a soft, melodic sound reminiscent of the church bells in
Athens on a Sunday morning.
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