Iittala Kivi

Tealight candleholder 60mm turquoise

Heikki Orvola

The handpressed candleholders in Heikki Orvola’s Kivi (Finnish for ’stone’) were designed in 1988. The small jewels of light represent a dazzling multicolour dream of deep, rich tones that perfectly showcase Iittala’s vast and unique coloured glass expertise. Each hue is created using Iittala’s own personalized colour recipe. Kivi’s thick glass enriches the flame, creating a gentle glow that creates cosy ambience in any interior. The Kivi tealight candleholder is a modern classic of Scandinavian design because of its stunning blend of simple, elegant design and vibrant colour. Combine favourite shades for maximum impact. Pale blue and green mix to create the gem like brilliance of turquoise. Great gift.

Kivi tealight candleholder 60mm turquoise
  • Manufactured at Iittala glass factory
  • Material: Glass
  • Hand wash only
Product Article Number
1007182
EAN
6411920046292
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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Heikki Orvola

Heikki Orvola

Heikki Orvola (b.1943) is a driving force of Finnish design. His designs are woven into the everyday lives of Finns, who drink coffee from his cups, eat with his tableware and celebrate their most important moments with his glasses. Throughout Orvola’s prolific career, which began in the late 1960s, he has worked with a variety of materials including glass, ceramics, cast iron, enamel and textiles. Orvola has received many international accolades for his innovative work including Design Plus and the Kaj Franck Design Prize. In 2002, the Finnish president awarded Orvola with the honorary title of Professor for his achievements in design. His decades long collaboration with Iittala has resulted in many signature pieces including the popular Kivi candleholder, Carambola vase and Aika series.