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Grog glass 35cl 2pcs

Designed in 1972, the beloved Niva series was in production until 1992 and is now back after a 30-year hiatus.

Multitalented designer Tapio Wirkkala had a unique skill of imitating the beauty of northern nature in his works. For Wirkkala both the age-old towns in Central Europe as well as the beautiful Finnish Lapland were equally important and he drew inspiration for his works especially from the latter. Niva is a Finnish word describing a sudden river rapid: it is easy to find the resemblance of a wild-flowing river from the embossed surface of the glass. Niva grog glass is a perfect match for whiskey and also excellent for serving mixed drinks and iced coffees.

Iittala exclusive: Niva glasses are only available at iittala.com and stores.

  • Made in Finland
  • Material: Mouthblown glass
  • Handwash only
Product Article Number
1064546
EAN
6411923675673
Width
8.5 cm
Length
8.5 cm
Height
9 cm
Weight
309 g
Volume
35 cl

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Iittala's designer Tapio Wirkkala

Tapio Wirkkala

Tapio Wirkkala (1915-1985) was a multitalented design genius, widely considered a leading figure of modern Finnish industrial art. Wirkkala's wide ranging portfolio spans from glass, furniture and product design to sculpture, city planning, art, graphics and even creating banknotes for the Finnish treasury. As his reputation grew internationally, Wirkala exhibited throughout the world but he was a recluse by nature. His favorite place was a spot so remote within the deep woodlands of middle Finland that helicopters delivered prototypes to his hut since no car could reach him. It was in nature that he found his much loved solitude and the inspiration for forms that industry could produce or artwork could create. Throughout his incredibly productive career, Wirkkala received numerous awards including three gold medals at the Milan Triennale, the Lunning Prize, Pro Finlandia Medal and the Prince Eugen Medal.

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