Bowl for Arabia (1964) by Finnish ceramic artist & designer Birger Kaipiainen (1915-1988). OOH. via Les Carnets du Design

Bowl for Arabia (1964) by Finnish ceramic artist & designer Birger Kaipiainen (1915-1988). OOH. via Les Carnets du Design

Eeva Jokinen is a Finnish ceramist, specializing in the art of rice grain porcelain ceramics

Eeva Jokinen is a Finnish ceramist, specializing in the art of rice grain porcelain ceramics

Klaus Haapaniemi’s Taika (Finnish for fantasy or magic) collection for Iittala merges folklore and architecture to create a modern world on ceramic dinnerware. Produced in two colour schemes, Haapaniemi unveils a world of mythical creatures, animal hybrids with some human features, living within a floral and fauna based forest.

Klaus Haapaniemi’s Taika (Finnish for fantasy or magic) collection for Iittala merges folklore and architecture to create a modern world on ceramic dinnerware. Produced in two colour schemes, Haapaniemi unveils a world of mythical creatures, animal hybrids with some human features, living within a floral and fauna based forest.

Birger Kaipiainen 1962 in Stockmann department house

Birger Kaipiainen 1962 in Stockmann department house

By Birger Kaipiainen - Finland

By Birger Kaipiainen - Finland

Lohja Dinnerware - Anthropologie

Lohja Dinnerware - Anthropologie

Lohja Platter

Lohja Platter

Lohja Dinnerware

Lohja Dinnerware

Finnish plate.

Finnish plate.

Finnish ceramics

Finnish ceramics

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