Iittala makes environmentally conscious gifting easy w/ new 100% Recycled collection


With all of us starting to think about presents to give our loved ones, choosing a beautiful but environmentally conscious gift to give for the Holidays isn’t the easiest selection. Launching mid-November in time for the gifting season, Iittala’s new 100% Recycled Glass Design Icon collection makes the choice easy, bridging sustainability with iconic beauty.

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Sustainability has always been at the core of Iittala. The cornerstones of Iittala’s design are timeless aesthetics, high quality, and functionality. Iittala believes that people should have the right to expect their design objects to last a lifetime and that Iittala items never go out of fashion.

Made entirely of waste glass from the Iittala Glass Factory, the limited edition collection available exclusively via Iittala.com.au will include iconic designs such as the Aalto vase, Aalto tealight candleholder, Kastehelmi tumbler, Kastehelmi tealight candleholder, and the Raami tumbler, with pricing from AU$39.95.

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The colours of the collection, which depend on the waste glass used in the production, vary from cool blue colours of the sea to calming shades of green. Each recycled glass object is unique, which means some might have minor visual imperfections, such as small bubbles, due to the recycling process. Otherwise, waste glass objects are as durable, clear and high quality as those made of virgin material.

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Iittala’s long-term goal is to recover or recycle all waste from its operations, from manufacturing to retail and offices. Iittala also supports its partners in developing recycling and recovery processes.

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