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White Teema tableware
Kaj Franck, 1952

The Teema series was imagined by Kaj Franck in 1952. Nowadays, it is regarded as one of the most emblematic classics of Scandinavian household sample. Kay Franck created a series of crockery that masterfully melds form and function with rare finesse.

Celebrating 60 years in 2012, one of the purest realisations of his work, Teema is a lasting testament to Kaj Franck’s contribution to good company.

Material porcelain. Micro-wave, dishwater and freezer safe.

Starter set 8 pieces

Plate Ø15 cm

Plate Ø17 cm

Plate Ø21 cm

Plate Ø23 cm

Plate Ø26 cm

Deep plate Ø21 cm

Bowl Ø15 cm

16 x 16 cm

12 x 12 cm

12 x 12 x 12 cm

Set of 3 mini plate

Coffee cup 22 cl
H6,1 cm

Mug 30 cl
H8,1 cm

Mug 40 cl
H8,9 cm

16 x 37 x H4,4 cm

24 x 32 x H4,4 cm

Plate 2,5 L
Ø29,9 x H7,2 cm

Bowl 1,65 L
Ø18,8 x H9,5 cm

Bowl 3,4 L
Ø23,6 x H11,6 cm

Tea pot 1 L

Pitcher 0,2 L
H12,9 cm

Pot 2,3 L (can be used in the oven)
Ø20,9 x H14 cm

Kaj Franck

Kaj Franck (1911-1989) is known as the “conscience of Finnish design.” Kaj Franck grew up in a world with elaborate dining services to sparse stone dishes.

During his significant career, Kaj Franck asserted himself between the two extremes and profoundly changed our understanding of tableware.

He utilized serial production to produce versatile, practical dishware at a reasonable price. Besides social consciousness, Kaj Franck’s distinct career was guided by the desire to seek the essential. He studied basic forms endlessly with special focus on proportions.

Kaj Franck was a professor at the Helsinki School of Art and Design. His work earned him international acclaim and numerous awards including Finland’s most prestigious design award, which is his namesake.

Generations of Iittala consumers have purchased Kaj Franck’s successful Teema and Kartio series, making these standard household items a part of the classic design legacy of Kaj Franck.