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iittala

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, still inspires us to keep Iittala forever relevant. We don’t just create beautiful objects. We believe in timeless design that will never be thrown away.

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  1. Designed to fit naturally in the hand, the gently swooping curves of this stainless-steel cutlery service make each piece as pleasurable to hold as it is to behold. In spite of its unique design, each piece feels strangely familiar and combines well with a wide variety of Iittala bowls and serving trays.

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    $19.00
  2. Designed to fit naturally in the hand, the gently swooping curves of this stainless-steel cutlery service make each piece as pleasurable to hold as it is to behold. In spite of its unique design, each piece feels strangely familiar and combines well with a wide variety of Iittala bowls and serving trays.

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    $19.00
  3. Meaning ‘no series’ in Finnish, Iittala Sarjaton redefines the freedom of flexibility. Including 26 essential everyday pieces, Sarjaton designs work just as beautifully alone as they do together. And just like all of our designs, Iittala Sarjaton is easy to combine with other pieces and series. Iittala Sarjaton is the result of collaboration between six talented designers from fashion, product, graphic and digital design, all of whom share the same vision of interpreting Finnish traditions in a modern way.

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    $20.00
  4. Considered synonymous with Finnish design, Tapio Wirkkala excelled in the art of glassmaking when capturing a single air bubble inside the stem of the glass. An eternal reminder for us to enjoy each fleeting moment, Tapio gives pleasure each time it is used, regardless of time or situation.

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    $70.00
  5. Considered synonymous with Finnish design, Tapio Wirkkala excelled in the art of glassmaking when capturing a single air bubble inside the stem of the glass. An eternal reminder for us to enjoy each fleeting moment, Tapio gives pleasure each time it is used, regardless of time or situation.

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    $100.00
  6. The Finnish word “kastehelmi” means “dewdrop,” which refers to the rings of small glass beads that give each piece in the Iittala Kastehelmi collection its distinct character. Originally designed by Oiva Toikka in 1964, the Kastehelmi series was relaunched in 2010. The idea of using droplets of glass as decoration came to Oiva Toikka when he was thinking of ways to hide the joint marks left by the production process. The result was Iittala Kastehelmi, which features rings of tiny glass bubbles that extend outwards from the centre of each piece. Today, as then, Iittala Kastehelmi is one of the most beloved series in the Iittala range.

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    $95.00
  7. Each piece of Tapio Wirkkala’s Ultima Thule barware collection features a sophisticated, intriguing pattern that evolved organically during production as the glass burned the surface of the wooden molds. Though the Ultima Thule collection contributed to Iittala’s international breakthrough in the 1960s, it still looks as modern today as it did then.

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    $150.00
  8. 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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  9. A complete toolbox for modern dining that works individually or as a set. From a pepper mill to serving tools, these stainless steel design objects feel instantly comfortable in the hands. Complements any Iittala cutlery range.

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    $60.00
  10. Tanssi - meaning ‘dance’ in Finnish - is a new tableware collection illustrated by London-based Finnish artist Klaus Haapaniemi. The Tanssi pattern has been inspired by the visual designs by Klaus Haapaniemi for the Finnish National Opera production of The Cunning Little Vixen, a Czech opera by Leoš Janáček. The sad yet beautiful story exploring the co-existence of animals, humans and the eternal cycle of life, comes alive in Haapaniemi’s rich designs on tableware created by Finnish designer Heikki Orvola. Tanssi introduces mythology into everyday tableware. It makes a good addition to any current Iittala collection, and goes well with basic pieces such as Teema, or the everyday Kartio glasses. In addition to the ceramic pieces, the Tanssi range includes also interior textiles that bring the Tanssi story alive also on home interior.

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    $95.00

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