Why don’t you serve for drinks and nibbles in vintage Nuutajarvi glassware?! These High-end handmade designer pieces are collector’s items. Would’t they look nice in your home! glassware from Europe in a warm colorscheme. The pitcher is designed by Kaj Franck, who was art of director, till 1976 of the Finnish Nuutajarvi glass company, which is currently marketed under the Iittala name.

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A stunning collection of handmade glass objects in a warm, multicolour colorscheme


On this tray: 4 aubergine shotglasses/1 dark purple floweshaped bonboniere/1 ochre waterpitcher (designed by Kaj Franck in 1954, produced till 1974 by *Nuutajarvi glass.)/ 1 green mini ashtray. All items are vintage, in mint condition. The round metal tray is new.

Measurements; pitcher 12,5 x 14,5 cm /glasses ø 4 x 5,5 cm/bonboniere  13 x 11 cm/ashtray 5 x 7 cm/ tray ø30 cm. For 4 persons.

Please contact Mrs Jack for more information or to order.

*Nuutajarvi Notsjo was established in 1793, in Urjala, Finland, by Jacob Wilhelm de Pont and Harald Furnhjelm, originally making window glass + bottles. the company changed hands several times until it was bought by the Wartsila Group in 1950. Kaj Franck was made art director, a position he held until 1976. Other designers at Nuutajarvi include Oiva Toikka, Heikki Orvola, Saara Hopea, and Runnar Engblom. Nuutajarvi merged with Iittala in 1988, and Nuutajarvi glass is currently marketed under the Iittala name. (via)