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Since the year 2016, the Finnish design brand Iittala puts back a classic of Finnish cutlery in a new optimized form. The cutlery Scandia was designed in 1952 by the eminent Finnish designer Kaj Franck (Teema, Kartio) for the company Hackman. It was offered from 1952 to 1989 and 1996 to 1998 by Hackman. Hackman was founded in 1790 in Vyborg in the today’s Russian part of Karelia. The company launched the cutlery production in 1876, which was later converted its production to stainless steel in the 1920s. Since the 1990s, the brand came through mergers and various acquisitions for the business design brand Iittala, which in turn belongs to the Fiskars Group.

Exceptionally functional and attractive design

The cutlery is functional and attractive. The tools are nicely formed that are appropriate for hand. A relief with lines is marked in the handle of the Scandia cutlery. This pattern becomes more and more popular in Scandinavia. So Georg Jensen puts the former silver cutlery which was designed by Sigvard Bernadotte and it is offered in stainless steel again since 2011. Furthermore, since 2014 the Swedish provider Gense again offers the cutlery Thebe (1944) by Folke Arström. Here, it was obvious that the leading Scandinavian design brand Iittala puts up again the classic Scandia by Kaj Franck. Scandia fits perfectly through its timelessness to the dishes of Arabia, Iittala, Rörstrand and Design House Stockholm.

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