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Birds by Toikka - Little barn owl

Birds by Toikka - Little barn owl

Keltariekko, Birds by Toikka

Keltariekko, Birds by Toikka

Birds by Toikka - Uuno

Birds by Toikka - Uuno

The annual egg as well as the annual bird for 2016 are products of Professor Oiva Toikka's boundless imagination. The annual egg 2016 is a superb example of Iittala's glass-colouring expertise and the skill of its glassblowers. The annual egg as well as the bird will be available only in 2016.

The annual egg as well as the annual bird for 2016 are products of Professor Oiva Toikka's boundless imagination. The annual egg 2016 is a superb example of Iittala's glass-colouring expertise and the skill of its glassblowers. The annual egg as well as the bird will be available only in 2016.

Professor Oiva Toikka's Kastehelmi, Finnish for "dewdrop," evolved from a technical challenge when Toikka started using glass droplets to cover joint marks left on the surface of pressed glass pieces. The result was a popular range of glassware decorated with beads of glass that glisten like dewdrops in the morning sun.

Professor Oiva Toikka's Kastehelmi, Finnish for "dewdrop," evolved from a technical challenge when Toikka started using glass droplets to cover joint marks left on the surface of pressed glass pieces. The result was a popular range of glassware decorated with beads of glass that glisten like dewdrops in the morning sun.

Designed by Oiva Toikka for Iittala, the Kastehelmi series is now an iconic product line within the brand. Finnish for “dewdrop,” the Kastehelmi evolved from a technical challenge—Toikka used the glass droplets to cover joint marks left on the surface of pressed glass pieces. Although the technique originally began with functional intentions, the distinctive look made the Kastehelmi series a popular range of glassware that can either be used in coordination with other Kastehel…

Designed by Oiva Toikka for Iittala, the Kastehelmi series is now an iconic product line within the brand. Finnish for “dewdrop,” the Kastehelmi evolved from a technical challenge—Toikka used the glass droplets to cover joint marks left on the surface of pressed glass pieces. Although the technique originally began with functional intentions, the distinctive look made the Kastehelmi series a popular range of glassware that can either be used in coordination with other Kastehel…

New York, Shanghai, Tokyo, Paris and Helsinki were the source of inspiration for designer Oiva Toikka, who gave the soul of the city to each bird. Each bird is limited to 200 pieces and only available

New York, Shanghai, Tokyo, Paris and Helsinki were the source of inspiration for designer Oiva Toikka, who gave the soul of the city to each bird. Each bird is limited to 200 pieces and only available

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