• Sarjaton Glass Clear Set Of 2

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Six young Finnish designers from four different disciplines joined forces to create Sarjaton, a dishware line manufactured by Iittala. Inspired by trees, embroidery, and traditional basket braids, the muted collection debuted in 2012. Designed by Aleksi Kuokka, each of these glasses is covered in an embossed, arrow-shaped pattern that was hand-drawn by Musuta, a studio run by Jopsu and Timo Ramu.

Includes 2 cups. Each cup holds 11.5 oz.

Learn more about the masterminds behind Iiittala's iconic designs on our blog.

Harri Koskinen, Aleksi Kuokka, Musuta, Samuji
Dishwasher safe.
H 4.70”
The world-renowned glass and tabletop manufacturer Iittala started as a small glass factory in an eponymous Finnish village in 1881. It became a major force in Scandinavian design in the 1920s and 1930s, when Iittala established itself as a maker of innovative, versatile, and functional products. These iconic designs are still in production, along with new classics.
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