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Iittala Festivo My absolute favorite candle holder. Love it! And it does look its best when in a group like this.

Iittala Festivo My absolute favorite candle holder. Love it! And it does look its best when in a group like this.

Iittala flagship store by Pentagon Design, Helsinki - Finland

Iittala flagship store by Pentagon Design, Helsinki - Finland

Nuutajärvi Notsö Saara Hopea #1718 Glasses & Kaj Franck #1610 Kartio Pitcher - Click for more images

Nuutajärvi Notsö Saara Hopea #1718 Glasses & Kaj Franck #1610 Kartio Pitcher - Click for more images

Iittala, Sarjaton, Finland.

Iittala, Sarjaton, Finland.

Tapio Wirkkala  juice glasses 2204, 30 cl Iittala 1956-69  In Finland, juice usually means berry juice, since Finland's forests abound with different berries, which are free for anyone to pick. Thus, berry juice has always been a free beverage. In the 50s and 60s, when these glasses were produced, lemonade was still too expensive for the average person to afford.

Tapio Wirkkala juice glasses 2204, 30 cl Iittala 1956-69 In Finland, juice usually means berry juice, since Finland's forests abound with different berries, which are free for anyone to pick. Thus, berry juice has always been a free beverage. In the 50s and 60s, when these glasses were produced, lemonade was still too expensive for the average person to afford.

** Oiva Toikka, Iittala, Nuutajärvi, Finland. Glass Bird.

** Oiva Toikka, Iittala, Nuutajärvi, Finland. Glass Bird.

The glass works Iittala in Finland. Its series that still are popular, especially those long candleholders have got a huge revival through whole Scandinavia during 2011-2014! Suddenly everybody wants them. A bit fun when I think of all those in the picture, how I saw it in almost every Finnish home from 70's til today | Iittalan mainos 1977 (70-luvulta, päivää ! -blogista)

The glass works Iittala in Finland. Its series that still are popular, especially those long candleholders have got a huge revival through whole Scandinavia during 2011-2014! Suddenly everybody wants them. A bit fun when I think of all those in the picture, how I saw it in almost every Finnish home from 70's til today | Iittalan mainos 1977 (70-luvulta, päivää ! -blogista)

Oiva Toikka   Bird

Oiva Toikka Bird

Riihamaki / Riihamaen Lasi Oy ( Finland )  Designed in 1967 by Nanny Stil and called Polaris  Pattern 1720

Riihamaki / Riihamaen Lasi Oy ( Finland ) Designed in 1967 by Nanny Stil and called Polaris Pattern 1720

Oiva Toikka via Granet Design

Oiva Toikka via Granet Design

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