True to the Nordic nature and Scandinavian spirit, reindeer and antlers adorn the Pentik Saaga Dinnerware. Designer Minna Niskakangas was inspired by nature and cave painting techniques for the pattern, while designer Lasse Kovanen designed the simple, clean-lined dinnerware that serves as the perfect canvas. Build an entire place setting with the soft white and grey collection or mix and match with other Pentik pieces. It's perfect for holiday settings or for stocking your cottage cupboards, but the modern rustic design carries year-round appeal in any home.The handles are attached to the cups by hand, and the edges are smoothened. The four bisque firing kilns are heated by LPG. The bisque firing temperature is 900 °C and time 24 hours. The waste heat of the kilns is sold to the municipal heating network. The glaze is applied on a product with a machine, sprayer or by hand. Then glazed product is fired in a kiln at 1,235 °C for 11.5 hours. If a product breaks in kiln, the pieces will be utilized in mosaics.
Pentik brings northern style and coziness to homes around the world. Pentik’s ceramic items are made in Finland, in the northernmost ceramics factory in the world, right next to the Arctic Circle. Fine table linens and plush bath towels are among the Pentik goods that make home a haven. Gif... More Pentik