Iittala Piano

Starter/dessert knife

Legendary architect Renzo Piano designed the Piano collection with an artist’s attention to detail. Each piece of flatware is crafted from polished stainless steel and characterised by soft, rounded handles and pure harmonious balance. Perfectly weighted with soft curves that make it easy to grip. The mirror finish brings sophistication while the streamlined design makes Piano ideal for everyday dining. Smooth and solid to the touch. Adds contemporary elegance to any table setting. The Piano dessert knife features the signature slender neck with a flared handle. Combines beautifully with other Iittala collections. Collect a set. Great wedding, anniversary or housewarming gift. Doesn’t show watermarks. Dishwasher safe.

Product Article Number
1.6 cm
18 cm
1 cm
0.039 kg
  • Material: Stainless steel
  • Dishwasher safe

The Piano cutlery range was designed by the Italian architect Renzo Piano in 1998. Each piece is crafted from stainless steel and is characterized by soft, rounded handles and balanced proportions that make the place setting an elegant addition to any tabletop. Its mirror finish gives the Piano set a sophisticated look but the simply designed utensils make the flatware and serving set an ideal for everyday dining.

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Free standard delivery to all purchases for Myiittala members.

Standard delivery cost is 9.90 €. Delivery time varies according to destination; estimated delivery time is 8-12 days. Express deliveries arrive within 5-8 business days.

Iittala webstore customers have the right to return the unused products free of charge within 14 days of delivery.


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Iittala's designer Renzo Piano

Renzo Piano

Renzo Piano (b.1937) is an Italian architect and engineer considered to be one of the most important designers of the twentieth century. He is known for the serenity of his design and widely credited for redefining modern and post-modern architecture. Recognized by Time in 2006 on its most influential people list, Piano’s distinguished career includes ground breaking projects like the Centre Pompidou in Paris, San Nicola Stadium in Bari and Kansai International Airport in Osaka. He is responsible for the main layout of Berlin’s Potsdamer Platz and continues to receive prestigious commissions such as The New York Times Building and The Shard in London, Europe’s tallest skyscraper. Piano has earned international honors for his legendary work including the Pritzker Prize, Compasso d’Oro and the Erasmus Prize. He designed Iittala’s Piano cutlery range.

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