Teapot with flower pattern
The Marimekko managing director Armi Ratia in the 1960s never wanted to have a flower pattern in the collection, because she was convinced that the beauty of a real flower could not be reached in printed form. The Finnish designer Maija Isola convinced her otherwise in 1964 and her poppy flower pattern has become a real classic in the House of Marimekko.
Aesthetics and function united
This way the large-scale pattern found its way onto the Oiva Unikko teapot. Aesthetics and function do not exclude each other in this case, but complement each other in a stylish way. With a capacity of 700 ml and a built-in tea sieve, tea can be served in a very tasteful way.
Porcelain & wood
The Unikko teapot is made of fine stoneware, handle and lid knob, however, are made from sturdy wood. An exciting material mix, which convinces optically and haptically. A rubber gasket on the edge of the cover prevents leakage while pouring and ensures a solid closure.