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Lucullus Vase by Nanny Still

Lucullus Vase by Nanny Still

Lucullus is a square vase of molded blown glass designed by Nanny Still for Riihimäen Lasi in 1966.  There are 9 different molded designs in the Lucullus series. It was in production 1967 – 1968 and was made in many colors including clear, yellow, blue, green, purple and brown. It is also some times referred […]

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Grapponia Bottle by Nanny Still

Grapponia Bottle by Nanny Still

Grapponia is really a whole series of mass produced every day pressed glassware designed by Nanny Still in 1968 for Riihimäen Lasi. This entry concentrates on just the bottles / decanters. The model number for them was #1724, and they were produced 1968 – 1975 in many different colors, such as cobalt blue, light blue, […]

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Tähdet (Stars) Vase by Göran Hongell

Tähdet (Stars) Vase by Göran Hongell

Arguably one of the best known and most beautiful etched vase designs by Göran Hongell, he designed it for Karhula glassworks in the 1930’s. The vase has deeply cut rings and stars in a light teal blue color. Signed “G. Hongell Karhula” or “G.H. Karhula”. H 150 mm RECENT AUCTION RESULTS: Signed G.H. Karhula, sold […]

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Pikku-Majakka (Little Lighthouse) Candlestick by Oiva Toikka

Pikku-Majakka (Little Lighthouse) Candlestick by Oiva Toikka

Pikku-Majakka candlestick was designed by Oiva Toikka for Nuutajärvi in 1967. As the name entails, it is a smaller version of the very tall Majakka (Lighthouse). It’s model number was N465. It was in production from 1967 to 1971, and came in several colors such as clear, light green, blue, cobalt blue, black and dark […]

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Novitas Vase by Timo Sarpaneva

Novitas Vase by Timo Sarpaneva

Novitas is a range of cylindrical vases Timo Sarpaneva designed for Iittala in 1965. They come in either apple green or amber brown color, and are usually signed “TS”. The series was in production 1965 – 1969 and it’s model number was 2733. H 115 mm 140 mm 150 mm 190 mm

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KF 245 Vase by Kaj Franck

KF 245 Vase by Kaj Franck

KF 245 is the design model number for this vase as it never had an official name. Some people call it the hourglass vase due to its shape. Kaj Franck designed the vase for Nuutajärvi in 1956 and it was in production from 1957 to 1969 in several colors;  dark blue, light blue, moss green, […]

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Pagoda by Nanny Still

Pagoda by Nanny Still

The Pagoda vase and matching candlestick were designed by Nanny Still for Riihimäen Lasi in 1968. The vase was produced 1968-1969, and the candlestick a little bit longer, 1968-1971. The vase was made in moss green, while the candlestick was produced in same moss green color as well as clear and bright red. Vase: H […]

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Atlas by Harri Koskinen

Atlas by Harri Koskinen

Harri Koskinen designed Atlas candleholders for Iittala in 1996 as his first design for the glass works. In Atlas, a hollow, cylindrical base tapers up gradually to a flared elliptical-shaped top with a holder in the middle for a taper candle. It was originally made in light green, dark green, clear, red, blue and white. […]

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Halo Candleholder by Harri Koskinen

Halo Candleholder by Harri Koskinen

Halo is a simple yet beautiful tealight candleholder that Harri Koskinen designed for Iittala in 1999. It was mass produced from solid glass in several different vivid colors. In addition to the colors shown below, there is a cobalt blue version as well. H 1″ ø 4″

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Lantern by Harri Koskinen

Lantern by Harri Koskinen

Lantern is a mass produced range of candleholders Harri Koskinen designed for Iittala in 1999. Even though they are mass produced, they are still mouth blown. Small: H 19.0 mm ø 9 cm | H 7.5″ ø 3.5″ The smaller version of the design has a metal tealight holder in the middle, it is removable […]

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