The color grey is considered the new neutral for the contemporary home, and this pressed glass piece forever captures its allure. A modern interpretation of an ornate goblet, the Maribowl is the result of a 1960's collaboration between iittala and Marimekko. It wasn't until Marimekko founder Armi Ratia used them in her garden parties, however, that they gained their immense popularity. Now, the Finnish-made objects are a favorite among fanatics to present candies, serve post-dinner parfaits or simply display as art; however you use it, it will be beautiful.
What began as a glass factory in Iittala, Finland, is now a symbol of timeless design and craftsmanship. Still based in Finland, iittala remains the most famous glass company in the world but also brings the same expert quality to ceramic, metal, wood, and other essential materials. Among t... More iittala