An undisputed classic Scandinavian dinnerware, Teema is celebrated for its innovation, function, durability and beauty. Designed by Kaj Franck in 1952, Teema remains a practical and versatile dinnerware that complements the entire range of iittala dinnerware and glassware, most commonly iittala Origo and iittala Kartio.
Pictured (top to bottom)
Left column: Blue, Turquoise, Black
Right column: Terracotta, White, Pearl Grey
MEASUREMENTS: 2-1/2" tall x 5-3/4" in diameter (6 x 15 cm)
Care: Freezer, microwave, oven and dishwasher safe
Price is for one bowl
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
Born in Finland in the early 1900’s, designer Kaj Franck preferred deconstructed design and valued usability as it directly related to beauty. In removing excessive elements, his simplistic designs are comfortable and easily palatable for home use. Franck’s hauntingly beautiful Kartio Glass... More Kaj Franck
Proslove modern shape
great for small daily portion size
By michael r
The Delights of Good Design
August 26, 2012
We used the Teema cereal bowls for breakfast every morning at our hotel in Helsinki this Spring. Using them now for breakfast every morning back in Minneapolis brings back the pleasures and the memories of Finland. Like so many Iittala products, the design (by Kaj Frank) is stunning and timeless.
ProsWeight, colors, stackability, and durability
By gaurav k
Ittala Teema Soup/Cereal Bowl
March 16, 2012
Combines simple elegance with practicality!
November 18, 2011
It's great for Korea menu, expecially for rice.
For Korean, rice is just like baquette for French.
This size matches well with rice.
ProsI love grey color. It's very unique finnish color. I love it.
Terracotta is also good.
ConsBut I'm sorry. Because terracotta color is mede out of Finland...
By Miss A.
June 20, 2011
The soup bowls can be used to serve snacks, sauce...etc.