Iittala Frutta

Pitcher 100cl moss green

Aino Aalto

Iittala has updated legendary Finnish designer Oiva Toikka’s Frutta collection with updated pieces and new colours. The fun Frutta pitcher is perfect for cold drinks served at summer parties. Moss green showcases the whimsical fruit design etched onto the delicate mouthblown glass. Pairs beautifully with Frutta glassware. Handwashing recommended.

Frutta pitcher 100cl moss green
  • Manufactured at Iittala glass factory
  • Material: Glass
  • Hand wash only
Product Article Number
1052676
EAN
6411923668323
Width
10.3 cm
Length
16.5 cm
Height
15 cm
Weight
0.443 kg
Volume
1 l
Frutta

Iittala’s relaunch of Frutta from Finnish design pioneer Oiva Toikka brings fun elegance to outdoor entertaining. Originally created in 1968, Frutta’s delicate mouthblown glass showcases an embossed fruit design that takes inspiration from summer days picking berries and fruits. The renewed Frutta collection features updated pieces in new colours including a pitcher and tumblers that are perfect for serving cold drinks in any outdoor setting.

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Aino Aalto

Aino Aalto

Aino Aalto (born Aino Mandelin-Marsio, 1894-1949) was a pioneer of Finnish design. Born in Helsinki, Finland, she received her architecture degree in 1920 from Helsinki Polytechnic. In 1924, Aino joined famed Finnish architect Alvar Aalto’s firm. That step proved fateful for Aino both professionally and personally when she soon married Alvar, creating a lifelong partnership that built an international design legacy. The couple worked closely until Aino’s death, collaborating on several projects that have left a significant mark on global design.

Independently from her husband, Aino is also known for her own individual contributions which helped bring modern Finnish design to the international arena. Her architectural exhibitions for Artek received the Gran Prix at the 1936 Milan Triennial. Aino also won the gold medal at the same competition for her “Aalto Glasses” which were inspired by the circles created by throwing rocks in the water. Eighty years later, the versatile, stackable “Aino Aalto” glassware continues to be a timeless classic for Iittala. Aino Aalto also designed buildings, interiors, furniture and textiles.

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