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About iittala

Working with a roster of prominent industrial designers and architects such as Alvar Aalto, Renzo Piano, and Tapio Wirkkala, iittala produces glassware and tabletop pieces that are functional works of art. What began in 1881 as a glass factory in the small Finnish village of iittala is today a leading homeware design company. The brand is known for its iconic contemporary designs, including the world-renowned Aalto vase, Marimekko's Kivi votives, and Oiva Toikka's glass birds.

Past Sales Featuring iittala

Sale Ended March 19, 2012

Almost Gone: Tabletop

The start of spring is the perfect time to stock your kitchen cabinets. And, while you’re at it, give a fresh eye to setting your table. We’ve assembled the goods for you to do just that in this sale, which features a huge range of tip-top tabletop brands offered at the deepest discounts yet.

Sale Ended January 13, 2010

Iittala

It’s easy to see why Finland is hailed as a beacon of design when admiring the tabletop accessories from Iittala. The two-tone Aalto vases, Point flatware and iconic striped Origo collection are perfectly modern, while the animal-inspired cups, bowls and plates from the Taika and Satumetsa lines feel like folk tales. Oiva Toikka’s colorful contemporary bird statues reveal exquisite glass craftsmanship, calling to mind the company’s humble beginnings as a glass factory in the small village of Iittala.

Sale Ended March 05, 2012

Tabletop Steals Up To 70% Off

Pewter trimmed platters, ceramic pitchers, salad tongs, tapas sets, colorful chargers: You'll find these and many other top-flight tabletop items at up to 70 percent off their original prices. It's enough to inspire even the most reluctant host.

Sale Ended June 04, 2012

Make a Statement

Once the main elements of a well-designed room are taken care of — that perfect sofa, three points of light, and a luxurious rug — you need one or two statement pieces to really make the room yours. We haven’t held back here; this is your invitation to go a little (or very) out of the box, with everything from horse sculptures to gold-plated skulls. Go for it — conformity is overrated.