The pot with cork is a practical fulfill to the Teema dishes collection from Iittala. It appears in Kaj Franck’s original design out of the year 1952 and it is multifunctional usable: With a capacity of 0.2 liters and the practical closure cork it is suitable for milk, oil, dressings and other sauces.
The milk pot was Kaj Franck’s answer to changing demands of people along the 1950es. The pot with its cork was ideal to transport milk from the dairy to homes. In a time where fridges were rare, the small pot furthermore exactly suited in the room between double-glass windows to keep milk cool.
Simple elegance and versatility are the characteristics that make Kaj Franck’s Teema to one of the most desired services in Scandinavia, and that also characterize the small pot with cork. Kaj Franck renounced ornaments and decorations knowingly, focusing on the essence of the design.
Sphere, square and rectangle are the base forms that already fascinated the ancient Greek and that also Kaj Franck found irresistible so that he made it a theme for Teema.