iittala Senta Champagne Flute - Set Of 2

SKU: II0078

Set of 2 luxury champagne flute glasses.

£18.50

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Description

Light, yet well balanced, the iittala Senta champagne glass designed by Alfredo Häberli is robust enough for daily use, but also suited to stylish drinks parties on the most glamorous occasions. With soft lines and style, the stem tapers gently under the bowl, creating a natural grip that is proof of iittala's timeless design.

It makes you wonder why all wine glasses aren't made like this.

21 cl capacity.

Materials

Glass

Washing Instructions

Dishwasher Safe

Delivery

Stock availability is shown above. If in stock and ordered before 3pm, this product is delivered in the UK using DPD Next Day complete with tracking codes and text / email updates with the option to change deliveries to work for you. If no stock is showing then we've already got it on back order or it's in our suppliers warehouse and is on a 2 Week lead time to you for UK deliveries, but can on occasion be delivered quicker. International deliveries are also carried with DPD and once dispatched, take an additional 3-5 Day. Our excellent 30 day guarantee returns policy applies to this product - buy it, look at it at home and simply return it if it doesn't work. See our full delivery & returns policy for more details.

Designer

Alfredo Häberli

Born in 1964 in Buenos Aires, Argentina Alfredo Häberli studied industrial design in Switzerland. Today, he is a well-known international designer based in Zurich. In his designs, Häberli successfully combines tradition and renewal.

There is joy and energy in his designs. The human being is the starting point of Häberli's design process. His objects and structures are designed to be used. He is unprejudiced and inventive in his observation of the actual situation in which an object is used and does not create form for the sake of it. Based on his insights, he designs changes to the archetypes of objects that have developed through the times, which makes the everyday objects around people fit this time and the situation they are used in precisely.