Iittala (Finland) 'Ultima Thule' Highball Glass [Sold Separately] | Designed by Tapio Wirkkala

$34.00 USD
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The roots of Iittala date back to 1881 when a glass factory was established in a village of the same name in southern Finland. In its early years Iittala produced blown, pressed, polished, painted and etched glass according to continental models.

In the beginning of the 20th century dinnerware was decorated with a variety of ornaments. Iittala was one of the first companies to make the transition from decorative dinner sets to functional, aesthetically pleasing objects infused with progressive Scandinavian design.

You can read more about Iittala here:
iittala.com.au/iittala/

'Ultima Thule' - inspired by the melting ice in Lapland, Wirkkala originally created the surface of Ultima Thule in the 1960s after carving into a graphic mould. An exclusive design reflecting the thousands of hours spent perfecting the glass-blowing technique required to produce the effect.

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Pattern Ultima Thule
Model Highball Glass

Designer Tapio Wirkkala
Production 1970

Dimensions 12.5cm tall, 8cm diameter
Capacity 380ml

Condition Excellent vintage condition, with no wear that we can see.

 

Sold separately, five glasses in total are available. Please choose the quantity you desire from the drop-down menu.

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