Bird mug by Iittala

Bird mug by Iittala

Iittala Kivi tuikku sarja. Väreinä; joulun punainen, kirkas, omenanvihreä, vaaleansininen

Iittala Kivi tuikku sarja. Väreinä; joulun punainen, kirkas, omenanvihreä, vaaleansininen

Iittala Korento Oval Serving Platter @Bloomingdale's

Iittala Korento Oval Serving Platter @Bloomingdale's

Iitala Finland. Oiva Toikka Anniversary Birds mug, grey. In celebration of more than 50 years of Toikka's work at Arabia Pottery and Nuutajarvi glass works. In 1992 he became the first recipient of the Kaj Franck Design Prize for his contribution to the art of glass, and design in general. From one master to another.

Iittala Finland Oiva Toikka Anniversary mug, Birds grey

Iitala Finland. Oiva Toikka Anniversary Birds mug, grey. In celebration of more than 50 years of Toikka's work at Arabia Pottery and Nuutajarvi glass works. In 1992 he became the first recipient of the Kaj Franck Design Prize for his contribution to the art of glass, and design in general. From one master to another.

Arabia Finland Birger Kaipainen plate/eBay

Details about Black Sabbath concert poster Alphones Arena Sydney Australia 2013 A3 size repro

Arabia Finland Birger Kaipainen plate/eBay

iittala on the shelves of jewelry designer Fay Andrada Sick's apartment. via of a kind

iittala on the shelves of jewelry designer Fay Andrada Sick's apartment. via of a kind

Scandinavian style/craftsmanship. Timo Sarpeneva for Iittala Festivo candlesticks designed in 1966 and still in production. Josef Frank for Svengst Tenn fabrics on  pillows (among others) La maison d'Anna G. blog.

Scandinavian style/craftsmanship. Timo Sarpeneva for Iittala Festivo candlesticks designed in 1966 and still in production. Josef Frank for Svengst Tenn fabrics on pillows (among others) La maison d'Anna G. blog.

Archive ceramic vessels lined up on shelves at the Iittala factory. (Wallpaper* Online. Interiors 11 Oct 2011)

Archive ceramic vessels lined up on shelves at the Iittala factory. (Wallpaper* Online. Interiors 11 Oct 2011)

"Purkaus" by Timo Sarpeneva for Iittala. Finland, 1967. Created for the 1967  World's Fair. Each piece made was unique, with the textural form produced by blowing glass into a wooden mold that had been burned and charred inside, thus creating a new and unique piece each time the mold was used. Similar pieces in the collections of the Victoria and Albert Museum in London and the Modern Design Museum in Helsinki. (information, Collage, 20th Century Classics, 1st Dibs)

"Purkaus" by Timo Sarpeneva for Iittala. Finland, 1967. Created for the 1967 World's Fair. Each piece made was unique, with the textural form produced by blowing glass into a wooden mold that had been burned and charred inside, thus creating a new and unique piece each time the mold was used. Similar pieces in the collections of the Victoria and Albert Museum in London and the Modern Design Museum in Helsinki. (information, Collage, 20th Century Classics, 1st Dibs)

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