Ultramarine blue vase | 251mm

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The shape of the Aalto 251 mm vase follows the iconic waves of the classic Savoy vase. The vase is perfect for tall flowers such as roses and lilies, thanks to its height and narrower proportions. The bright ultramarine blue brings out the organic shape of the vase beautifully. Architect Alvar Aalto created the Aalto collection for Karhula-Iittala Glass Design Competition in 1936. Compared to the decorative style of the time, his simple and organic vases were a revolutionary statement. Aalto vase is among the most iconic pieces of glass art in the world. Each Aalto vase is mouthblown and handcrafted at the Iittala Glass Factory in Finland.

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Technical specification

Width 17 cm
Length 17 cm
Height 25 cm
Weight 1.55 kg