Pot designed by Kaj Franck
Scandinavia designed a super classic
Cover designed to deliberately "hide" up
Easy pot with lid stacked together
There are small holes inside
Can not be used for cooking soup
Place dry material, fruit, cookies, bread is OK
Below market price for sale (market price about 5000)
The matte red enamel adorns the orange daisies designed by Raija Uosikkinen
About the production in the 1960s
FINEL can see the bottom of the pot logo
Made in Finland
Classic has also been used
Nordic people use these beautiful things in life
Play a beautiful existence value
When Finel started making enamels in the 1950s, the designs had to be purchased from abroad but quickly got ARABIA's support for a series of classic designs like Seppo Mallat, Antti Nurmesniemi (Pehtoori coffee maker) Heikki Orvola and the most famous Kaj Franck.
Later, illustrators Raija Uosikkinen, Esteri Tomula, Kaj Franck and others designed strong patterns such as Ritari, Punahilkka, Vegeta and Neptune, all from the famous enamel illustration.
Until the 70s, the enamel was replaced by a large number of steel products, Finel's design and development business has reached a standstill until recently, these retro enamel memories with grandparents, once again become a must for Retro fans at home.
Vintage designs like this 60's
Orange can still be seen printed on the red
With a dark brown pattern
Simplified daisies render geometric
Hand-painted pattern has a mild feel
Hundred never tired!