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Iittala opening in Hong Kong

by Simon Yuen on Nov 3, 2015 in Products
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Iittala has recently opened its first official store in Hong Kong

Finnish glass factory Iittala opened its first official store on the third floor of Eslite Bookstore in Star House, Tsim Sha Tsui earlier this month. The company is part of Fiskars Group, a leading global supplier of branded consumer products for the home, garden and outdoors.

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"It is a great pleasure to see Iittala – our Scandinavian design icon – opening its first shop here in Hong Kong. Hong Kong is the regional hub for us and we look forward to building our success with all of you,” says Paivi Paltola, Fiskars Global Senior Vice President of Living Business Unit.

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Iittala's great brand heritage includes everyday classics for the home, such as the Alvar Aalto vase collection from 1936, Teema tableware by Kaj Franck from 1952, the handcrafted Birds by Toikka glass bird collectible since 1972, and Taika  tableware by Klaus Haapaniemi.

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