About the DesignerTapio Wirkkala
Finland (1915 - )
Tapio Wirkkala (1915 - 1985) was born in Hankoo, Finland. Tapio Wirkkala is a symbolic figure of Finnish design, an artist of great diversity for whom no material was alien and who left no area of design unexplored. He was one of the most distinguished artists to shape Scandinavian design and industrial art. Tapio Wirkkala was a very productive and multitalented designer and sculptor. His work ranges from exceptional creations of art glass to industrial design in the form of beer bottles and banknotes. Wirkkala also designed jewelery, sculptures and furniture. Tapio Wirkkala was awarded in several prestigious competitions. Worth mentioning is at least the three Grand Prix medals from the Milan Triennale in 1954 and one Grand Prix medal and a gold medal in the 1960 Milan Triennale.
Tapio Wirkkala (1915-1985) is known as the versatile master of Finnish design. With his signature Tapio series, Wirkkala's master technique captures a bubble in every mouth-blown glass, a small reminder to enjoy the fleeting moment. Only and in-depth knowledge of the material and sensitivity to the meaning of an object can produce such a thought. Just as Tapio is his first name, the glass bubble has become his personal signature of sensitivity to the art of glassmaking. Features:
- Set of two goblets glasses
- Mouth blown, non-leaded crystal
- Dishwasher safe
- Height: 6.5"
- 10 oz. capacity
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|Tapio Set of Two 10 Oz. Goblets
|Capacity:||Less Than 8 Oz|
|Craftsmanship:||Machine Made Glass|
|Glasses In Set:||2|
|Product Category:||Wine And Champagne Glasses|
|Type Options:||Assorted Wine Glass Set, Goblet|
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