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  • Iittala Taika Bowl - Red - S
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    Iittala Taika Bowl - Red - S
    Serve meals in style with this Taika pasta plate from Iittala. In a rich and festive red hue, this bowl is crafted from porcelain and has a colourful folklore inspired animal pattern. Created by Klaus Haapaniemi in 2007, this bowl will instantly update any table and there are more items available in the Taika range.Key features: * Material: porcelain * Dimensions: H7xD7cm * Designed by Heikki Orvola in 2006 * Pattern by Klaus Haapaniemi in 2007 * Folklore inspired animal motif * Taika translates to ‘magic’ in Finnish * More tableware available in the Taika range
  • Iittala Taika Tea Towel - Blue
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    Iittala Taika Tea Towel - Blue
    Bring enchanting style to your kitchen with this Taika tea towel from Iittala. Made from a cotton/linen blend, this tea towel has a detailed folklore inspired motif designed by Klaus Haapaniemi. A full dinner service and soft furnishings are available in the Taika range, which means ‘magic’ in Finnish.Key features: * Material: 55% linen, 45% cotton * Dimensions: 47x70cm * Designed by Heikki Orvola in 2006 * Pattern by Klaus Haapaniemi in 2007 * Folklore inspired animal motif * Taika translates to ‘magic’ in Finnish * Machine washable * More items available in the Taika range
  • Iittala Art Glass, Toikka Birds Blue Bird
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    Iittala Art Glass, Toikka Birds Blue Bird
    There's no mistaking iittala's blue bird, striped with vibrant color. First hatched in 1972 by artist Oiva Toikka, the fanciful Birds collection captures the nuances of each creature in beautiful mouth-blown glass. Multi. Mouth-blown glass.
  • Toikka Blue Bird By Iittala
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    Toikka Blue Bird By Iittala
    iittala was the first company to commercialize glass birds, with over 400 birds being created during the past three decades. The success is based on the skills of famed Finnish glass artist Oiva Toikka, a unique Nuutajärvi glass factory, and expert glass blowers. Each bird is mouth blown in a factory located in the 200 year old glass-making village of Nuutajärvi, Finland. The creation of just one bird demands the greatest of technical talents and artistic insight from the glass blowers - as each bird is unique with its own distinctive color variations. Toikka's birds are highly sought after as gifts and cherished as collector's pieces. Each bird is signed "O. Toikka Nuutajärvi" as proof of authenticity.
  • Iittala Taika Serving Bowl - Blue
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    Iittala Taika Serving Bowl - Blue
    Magic in Finnish, Taika lets you choose from a variety of bold and enchanting pieces. Haapaniemis illustrations inspire your own imagination and storetelly. These fascinating and magical designs gradually reveal their details and layers of meaning to the viewer.
  • Iittala Taika Espresso Cup - White
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    Iittala Taika Espresso Cup - White
    Magic in Finnish, Taika lets you choose from a variety of bold and enchanting pieces. Haapaniemis illustrations inspire your own imagination and storetelly. These fascinating and magical designs gradually reveal their details and layers of meaning to the viewer.
  • Iittala Taika Tea Towel - White
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    Iittala Taika Tea Towel - White
    Bring enchanting style to your kitchen with this Taika tea towel from Iittala. Made from a cotton/linen blend, this tea towel has a detailed folklore inspired motif designed by Klaus Haapaniemi. A full dinner service and soft furnishings are available in the Taika range, which means ‘magic’ in Finnish.Key features: * Material: 55% linen, 45% cotton * Dimensions: 47x70cm * Designed by Heikki Orvola in 2006 * Pattern by Klaus Haapaniemi in 2007 * Folklore inspired animal motif * Taika translates to ‘magic’ in Finnish * Machine washable * More items available in the Taika range
  • Iittala Taika Espresso Cup - Blue
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    Iittala Taika Espresso Cup - Blue
    Magic in Finnish, Taika lets you choose from a variety of bold and enchanting pieces. Haapaniemis illustrations inspire your own imagination and storetelly. These fascinating and magical designs gradually reveal their details and layers of meaning to the viewer.
  • Iittala Origo Dessert Bowl - Green
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    Iittala Origo Dessert Bowl - Green
    Bring vibrant style to the dining table with this Origo dessert bowl from Iittala. Originally designed by Alfredo Häberli in 1999, this bowl is crafted from porcelain and has a bold stripe pattern. Part of the Origo collection, every item in the range is oven, freezer, dishwasher & microwave safe and will instantly brighten any setting.Key features: * Material: porcelain * Dimensions: H5xDia12cm * Capacity: 250ml * Designed by Alfredo Häberli in 1999 * Green hued stripes * Dishwasher safe * Can be used in the microwave, oven & freezer * More tableware available in the Origo range
  • Iittala Taika Espresso Saucer - Blue
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    Iittala Taika Espresso Saucer - Blue
    Magic in Finnish, Taika lets you choose from a variety of bold and enchanting pieces. Haapaniemis illustrations inspire your own imagination and storetelly. These fascinating and magical designs gradually reveal their details and layers of meaning to the viewer.
  • Iittala Taika Serving Bowl, 2.9 quart
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    Iittala Taika Serving Bowl, 2.9 quart
    Meaning "magic" in Finnish, Taika Tableware showcases a range of bold and enchanting illustrations designed to ignite your imagination and inspire your storytelling. The patterns combine folklore with Slavic and Japanese influences for one-of-a-kind visual mythology. Vitro Porcelain. Dishwasher safe. Imported. Vitro-porcelain for maximum durability with a refined finish. 10" X 10" x 4.63", holds 2.9 quarts. Oven safe to 400° F. Microwave and freezer safe.
  • Iittala Dinnerware, Taika Blue Pasta Bowl
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    Iittala Dinnerware, Taika Blue Pasta Bowl
    Work some magic at the table with the Taika pasta bowl from Iittala. Modern blue porcelain illustrated with a folksy nature scene promises memorable entertaining and effortless everyday meals. blue. Porcelain.
  • Iittala - Taika Dishtowels
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    Iittala - Taika Dishtowels
    The Taika dishcloths by Iittala lean on decorative patterns of the Taika collection and give them new, softer forms. New animals fill the magic character of the collection from Iittala. The Taika series is popular since it was presented in 2007. That’s the reason why Iittala expanded the whole collection with some pieces in 2014, among them the Taika dishcloths. The fabrics of the Taika collection are made of the finest Merino wool, which doesn’t only charm the eyes, but also the rest of the body. And really, Taika is different: When I was a boy, I used to watch the small mole from the Czech drawer Zdeněk Miler and many other east European and Russian animation films. I still like the hand-drawn style of those animations , explained the designer Haapamiemi. That hand-drawn style is obviously in the pattern of the Taika series. Taika adds completely new facets to the existing Iittala assortment, but still respecting the famous Mix & Match principle of Iittala, which represents the possibility of combining all the Iittala products with each other.
  • iittala Taika Pasta Bowl
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    iittala Taika Pasta Bowl
    Design Heikki Orvola & Klaus Haapaniemi, 2006. Ceramic. Made by iittala. Meaning 'magic' in Finnish, Taika tableware showcases a range of bold and enchanting illustrations designed to ignite your imagination and inspire your storytelling. The patterns combine folklore with Slavic and Japanese influences for a visual mythology that is one-of-a-kind, and the dynamic forms combine easily with other Iittala collections to enhance any setting. Pasta bowl: 6" dia. | 2.75" h | 22.5oz.
  • iittala Toikka Blue Bird
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    iittala Toikka Blue Bird
    Professor Oiva Toikka is one of the great names of Finnish design. The iittala glass Birds originated in 1972 with Toikka’s small Flycatchers. Today the collection grows with collectors all over the world who enjoy these art objects as simple reminders of poetry in everyday life. These lyrical creatures are a feat of craftsmanship – each bird is as diverse and individual as those who collect them. Features: Designer: Oiva Toikka. 3.5" High x 5.25" Long. Individually handmade.
  • iittala Toikka Blue Bird
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    iittala Toikka Blue Bird
    Design Oiva Toikka, 1972. Hand blown art glass. Made in Finland by iittala. Professor Oiva Toikka is one of the greatest names in Finnish glass art. Toikka's birds embody Iittala's commitment to craftsmanship and imagination, deviating from the streamlined aesthetic of Scandinavian design in imaginative, rich and bold ways, earning international praise. Each design incorporates new color combinations and techniques for one-of-a-kind beauty that is collected by people of refined taste worldwide. 5.25" L | 3.5" h.
  • iittala Toikka Owlet
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    iittala Toikka Owlet
    For over 35 years, Oiva Toikka has created the glass Birds collection. His limitless imagination and knowledge of glass has made it possible to create small miracles of life, sought after by collectors globally. Each bird is individually mouth blown and thus unique, a gift that keeps on giving forever. Features: Designer: Oiva Toikka. 3" Wide x 4.75" High. Individually handmade.
  • Iittala Owlet
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    Iittala Owlet
    It is said that in 1973, while Oiva Toikka was in his study in Nuutajarvi Finland, a bird flew onto his window ledge. It was a rare bird, one he had not seen before in these parts and he began to sculpture it's image in glass. The bird amazingly came back day after day. Professor Toikka continued on to finish it's image in glass. The creation of the bird demanded great technical and artistic insight. He finished his work and just as strange as that particular bird being there, the bird disappeared and did not return. Professor Toikka has continued since then creating his birds, at least one a year since 1973. His birds are hand made and each one is unique featuring its own distinctive colour vatiations. His pieces are highly sought after as gifts and collector's pieces. Each bird is personally signed as proof of authenticity. The little town of Nuutajarvi has been a glass making village for over two hundred years.
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