From icons to modern classics, Iittala bring visionary designers together with master craftspeople at the Iittala Glass Factory in Finland to innovate in ways that inspire balanced Nordic living.
In the decades since premiering at the 1937 Paris World Fair, design legend Alvar Aalto’s flowing wave (“aalto” in Finnish) shape has become a timeless symbol of Nordic design.
Iittala takes the legendary vase to another level.
Each unique glass vase, made of 100% recycled glass, is first mouthblown, then hand cut before going through several polishings at the Iittala Glass Factory.
Mixed coloured glass results in a beautiful variation of blues and greens.
A beautiful decorative item that makes a lasting gift.
Essence is among the most highly acclaimed glassware in the world, and won the iF Award and Les Découvertes Award.
Kastehelmi (“dewdrop” in Finnish) draws inspiration from dewdrops glistening like a string of pearls under the morning sun
Inspired by the melting ice in Lapland, the Ultima Thule is design legend Tapio Wirkkala’s most famous work.
Designer Klaus Haapaniemi’s Taika (meaning “magic” in Finnish) inspires imagination and storytelling, letting you choose from a variety of bold and enchanting pieces.
Birds By Toikka
The classic Birds by Toikka collection by renowned Finnish designer Oiva Toikka first took flight in 1972.
Since then, a new bird has joined Iittala's flock of eccentric, one-of-a-kind art glass pieces.
Each mouthblown glass bird has an own personality, making them priceless treasures for any home, workplace, or location where birds nest.