Influenced by the Riihimäki glass of the 1960s and 1970s, Anu Penttinen’s Sukat Makkaralla collection, which means “socks rolled down” in Finnish, challenges the conventions of what glassware can look like. The Marimekko Socks Rolled Down Green Flute Glass is a spirited take on the traditional champagne flute. Designed by Anu Penttinen for Marimekko, the fun and funky flute holds exactly 8 oz. of your favorite fizzy drink. Made from mouth-blown stained soda-lime glass, the flute is entirely dishwasher safe.
Note: This Marimekko glassware has been individually made by way of mouth-blown glass. Small bubbles in the Marimekko glass indicate the nature of the handiwork and make your specific piece unique.
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Born in Helenski in 1974, Anu Penttinen has chosen glass as her medium of expression and has been able to hone her skills offering glass works that completely reflect her point of view; a true accomplishment as an artist. A graduate of the University of Art and Design in Helenski, Penttinen... More Anu Penttinen