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ARABIA Eeva Turin 800ml

ARABIA Eeva Turin 800ml

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It is a pure white soup turin that was released in 1970 by ARABIA, a representative tableware manufacturer in Finland. Tableware manufactured by ARABIA was stamped with the year and month of manufacture until the early 1970s. The back stamp on the bottom of this piece is also stamped with 8-70 (August 1970), indicating that it is a so-called mid-century golden age piece .

Eva has been reprinted in recent years, but this Turin has not been reprinted. It is a valuable item that can only be obtained in vintage.

■ Details Manufacturer: ARABIA / Arabian Designer: Birger Kaipiainen / Birger Kaipiainen
Series name: Eeva Age: 1970-1974 Production date: August 1970 Country of origin: Finland Condition: ★★★★☆ (4: Good condition)
You can see burnt grains at the time of manufacturing in one place on the handle. The thread that you can see on the hill is called the bottom of the thread, and it is a thread that can be made when you separate it from the potter's wheel. The brown areas are areas where the glaze was not applied sufficiently during firing, and both are caused by the manufacturing process. The bottom of the main body is in a mirror-like state, except for a faint scratch, so there is no evidence that it was used as a tableware. There are some scratches on the bottom of the main unit due to storage, but it is a beautiful product that retains its appearance at the time of manufacture.

Size: Width 20cm (including handle) Width 15cm Height 14.5cm (including lid)

■ Capacity: 800ml

■ About Birger Kaipiainen

Birger Kaipiainen

Birger Kaipiainen (1915-1988 )

Born in Pori, southwestern Finland, on the coast of the Gulf of Bothnia. Finland's leading designer, known as the "King of Decorators". Although his family moved to Helsinki when he was young, Kaipiainen spends each summer in a homestay in the Russian town of Sortavala. The sense of nature and artistry nurtured there will influence him for the rest of his life. When Kaipiainen was young, he suffered from polio, which left him walking with a cane for the rest of his life. He was unable to turn a potter's wheel on his own due to a disability in one hand, but it is said that this actually served as an opportunity for him to hone his artistic sense.

Kaipiainen graduated from Aalto University, Finland's premier art university, and joined ARABIA in 1937. From 1954, he also transferred to Rorstrand in Sweden for four years. In the heyday of simple and unadorned Nordic modern art, Kaipiainen's designs are rich in decorativeness and are characterized by detailed depictions drawn to every corner. He has built a unique worldview that stands out from the mainstream of the times, designing Paratish in 1969, Apia in 1970, and Sunnuntai in 1971. These are still the reprinted editions of the ARABIA brand and are the flagship products.

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