Blue Alvar Aalto vase, Kivi and Kastehelmi votives, Iittala

Design classic: Alvar Aalto’s Savoy vase for Iittala

Blue Alvar Aalto vase, Kivi and Kastehelmi votives, Iittala. I love this color!

Ultima Thule by Iittala, Finland- classic Finnish glassware...love it!

Ultima Thule by Iittala, Finland- classic Finnish glassware. My souvenir from Finland I think!

Kastehelmi - Oiva Toikka for Iittala - 1964/ The Dew Drop glass plate. Still in produce.

Pienet kulhot ois hauskat :) Kastehelmi - Oiva Toikka for Iittala - The Dew Drop glass plate. Still in produce.

Stained glass #vase ALVAR AALTO by iittala | #design Alvar Aalto (1936) @iittalaofficial

The Alvar Aalto Collection has been a staple of modern Scandinavian design and the most iconic series in the Iittala range ever since.

Stained glass #vase ALVAR AALTO by iittala | #design Alvar Aalto (1936) @iittalaofficial

The Alvar Aalto Collection has been a staple of modern Scandinavian design and the most iconic series in the Iittala range ever since.

Alvar Aalto vases in various colours and sizes

thedesignhoarder: “ post number twenty six - aalto vases Here is part of my iittala Aalto vase collection. I think I have another eight or more in my other home. The Aalto vase was originally designed.

ALVAR AALTO ALVAR AALTO, DISH / BOWL. Karhula, late 1930s. Green glass. Height 5 cm, width 38.5 cm.

ALVAR AALTO ALVAR AALTO, DISH / BOWL. Karhula, late 1930s. Green glass. Height 5 cm, width 38.5 cm.

Designer Alvar Aalto touched something special when he created this simplified, free and timeless form of the Aalto vase, which leaves the end user to decide the possibilities of the combinations and purpose of the object. The new colour Salmon pink brings a warm, translucent and delicate tone to the collection, and it honours Iittala’s exceptionally clear glass in a magnificent way, creating a warm, light atmosphere around it. www.iittala.com

iittala Alvar Aalto Vases An icon of Finnish design, the iittala Aalto Vase is one of the most famous glass pieces in history. Alvar Aalto created the design in 1936 and entered it in the Karhula-Iittala Glass Design Competitio.

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