Iittala Kivi

Tealight candleholder 60mm lemon

Harri Koskinen

Kivi (Finnish for ’stone’) are handpressed candleholders designed by Heikki Orvola in 1988. The small jewels of light come in a vast array of vibrant colours that showcase Iittala’s unique coloured glass expertise. Iittala creates each hue using a specially personalized glass recipe for each tone. Kivi’s thick glass enriches the votive’s flame, creating a gentle glow that brings cosy ambience to any interior. The vibrant colours combined with the simple, elegant design is why the Kivi tealight candleholder is a timeless classic. Combine favourite colours to create striking impact. The subtle brightness of lemon adds warmth and cheer . Great gift. Works with votives and high quality tealights.

Kivi tealight candleholder 60mm lemon
  • Manufactured at Iittala glass factory
  • Material: Glass
  • Hand wash only
Product Article Number
1007748
EAN
6411920061547
Width
6.5 cm
Height
6 cm
Weight
0.33 kg
Kivi

Kivi (meaning “stone” in Finnish) are small jewels of light designed by Heikki Orvola in 1988. The votives enrich the flame’s glow and multiplies it. Iittala’s glass experts create Kivi using solid colour for the glass mass instead of merely colouring the glass from the surface which makes the colour especially rich. Kivi is available in several different colors, each with their own special Iittala glass recipe. 

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Harri Koskinen

Harri Koskinen

Born in Karstula, Finland, in 1970. His furniture and versatile design objects have aroused great international interest. Harri Koskinen strives to find solutions that are innovative for both the consumer and producer. He works with companies like Artek, Danese, Finlandia Vodka Worldwide, Issey Miyake, Montina, Muji, Genelec, O luce, Panasonic, Seiko Instruments, Venini and Woodnotes. Along the years, he has won several awards. The most significant of them was Compasso d’Oro Award in 2004.