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Iittala Aalto Vases

Boasting a striking and sculptural form, Iittala Aalto vases provide you the opportunity to introduce an enduring design classic to your home. The iconic Alvar Aalto vases are available in a variety of superb colours to suit your décor and will bring a uniquely stylish piece of glass art to your living space.

First produced in 1936, the Alvar Aalto vase features a celebrated design which is recognised and admired across the globe. Inspired by the waves of the ocean, the simple yet dramatic look was revolutionary in the 1930s and has stood the test of time. Each piece is mouth-blown at the Iittala factory in Finland and so possesses a unique quality.

About Iittala

Established in Finland in 1881, Iittala is a world-renowned and highly regarded brand notable for creating captivating pieces and landmark designs. The timeless looks complement any interior and are sure to be much-admired. Offering glass of exceptional quality and made to be treasured for a lifetime, this is a range that is well worth exploring.

Iittala Aalto Vase 251mm Dark Grey Iittala Aalto Vase 251mm Dark Grey
£140.00
1 in stock
Iittala Aalto Vase 251mm - Dark Grey A staple of modern Scandinavian design since its first appearance in 1936, Iittala's iconic Alvar Aalto series of vases is one of the most famous glsss objects in the world. Taking its inspiration from waves in the sea, the simple, organic shape of the glass was originally viewed as revolutionary but is now seen as a symbol of Finnish design. Now available in a…

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Iittala Aalto Vase 251mm - Dark Grey A staple of modern Scandinavian design since its first appearance in 1936, Iittala's iconic Alvar Aalto series of vases is one of the most famous glsss objects in the world. Taking its inspiration from waves in the sea, the simple, organic shape of the glass was originally viewed as revolutionary but is now seen as a symbol of Finnish design. Now available in a…