Teapot with floral pattern
In the 1960s, Marimekko boss Armi Ratia never wanted to include a floral pattern in the collection as she was convinced that the beauty of a real flower could not be achieved in printed form. The Finnish designer Maija Isola convinced her otherwise in 1964 and her poppy pattern has since become a true classic at Marimekko .
Aesthetics and function combined
This is how the large-scale pattern found its way onto the Oiva Unikko teapot. Aesthetics and function are by no means mutually exclusive here, but complement each other in a stylish way. With a capacity of 700 ml and an integrated tea strainer, tea can be served tastefully.
Porcelain & Wood
The Unikko teapot is made of fine stoneware, while the handle and lid knob are made of robust wood. An exciting mix of materials that is visually and haptically appealing. A rubber seal on the edge of the lid ensures a tight seal and prevents leakage when pouring.