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'Vertica' vase designed by Timo Sarpaneva for Iittala (Finland) and produced from 1972 to 1975, production number 2756 - made in three different sizes.
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I have a 7.25 inch diameter wooden parquet plate marked SUOMALAISTA KATAJAA FINNISH JUNIPER FINNISCHER WACHOLDER FINISK EN Made by V. Ahola Iittala Finland any idea of the production time period?
Hello - my first time posting on the forum - thanks for a vibrant and useful resource... My first question may be rather mundane I'm afraid... (Not promising anything better with subsequent questions. I don't want to raise expectations!) I have
Hi - second post, and hopefully slightly more challenging than the first? This is a heavy, quality, irregular jug that I feel I should know... the top rim is bevelled and if not for the jug shape I think I should know this? Still a little grotty I'm
Tapio Wirkkala (1915 - 1985) Active at Iittala: 1946 - 1984. Olut- tai Piimätuopit / Beer & Sour Milk Tankard (Model 2052). Designed 1963, produced 1963 - 1966. 'Ultima Thule' 120mm Bowl (Model 2332). Designed 1968, produced 1970 -
I have recently picked up this vase from the local fleamarket (snip), I am fairly positive it is a Littala vase by Timo Sarpaneva although it is not marked and has had the Littala sticker removed. Could anyone positively ID it for me and tell me what the