Marimekko Glassware

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Marimekko Glassware

Influenced by the Riihimäki glass of the 1960s and 1970s, Anu Penttinen’s Sukat Makkaralla (Socks Rolled Down) challenges the conventions of what glassware can look like. A distinct and lively interpretation of everyday objects, the collection features handmade and mouth-blown pieces of functional drinkware. You'll find that the unique curved shape fits perfectly in the hand and adds a delightful twist to the table. The vibrant colors are a permanent part of the soda-lime glass rather than just painted on the surface, making these glasses dishwasher safe.

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Anu Penttinen

Born in Helenski in 1974, Anu Penttinen found a way to express her voice using glass. She graduated from the University of Art and Design in Helsinki before opening her own studio at the prestigious Nuutajärvi Glass Village in Finland. Anu Penttinen knows her glass, as it is her medium of... More about Anu Penttinen

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