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6" Toikka Kuulas Rain, Blue
$295.00
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COLOR blue
DIMENSIONS 5.5"L x 3"W x 3.5"H
MADE OF mouth-blown glass
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ESTIMATED ARRIVAL Oct 11 - Oct 16
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What started as a glass factory in its namesake town of Iittala, Finland, in 1881 today celebrates generations of essential objects that enrich people’s everyday lives. Iittala believes quality, aesthetics, and functionality are important values and that interior design should last a lifetime.
Why we love this

A stunning addition to any shelf or mantel, this mouth-blown glass bird, designed by Finnish designer Professor Oiva Toikka, is individually handcrafted with a plump body and soothing blue hue. Due to the handmade nature of this piece, variations in color, tone, and pattern may occur.

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