SÄLLSKAPLIG Jug, patterned/green, Show measurements specifications
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Do you long for dinners at grandma’s or just love old-fashioned beautiful glass? Then this jug is made for you. Timeless, elegant, nice to look at and perfect to use for a traditional table setting.
The SÄLLSKAPLIG jug is perfect for serving water or other refreshments.
Will be a beautiful centerpiece on any table.
The jug makes a nice gift, as it is or filled with something to drink.
Wash this product before using it for the first time.
Dishwasher-safe up to 70°C.
Only for drinks with a max. temperature of 50°C.
Only for beverages with a max. temperature of 50°C.
No cadmium or lead added.
We want to have a positive impact on the planet. That is why by 2030, we want all materials in our products to be recycled or renewable, and sourced in responsible ways.
Height: 24 cm
Volume: 2 l
Width: 17 cm
Height: 16 cm
Length: 25 cm
Weight: 1.55 kg
A more festive everyday with SÄLLSKAPLIG
Do you long for Sunday dinners at your grandmother’s or just love old, beautiful glass? With SÄLLSKAPLIG you can recreate the best of the good old times in your own home. The designer Hanna-Kaarina Heikkilä, was inspired by yesterday’s traditional glassware when she created the patterns and shapes in the SÄLLSKAPLIG series.
Hanna-Kaarina is an enthusiastic glass collector.
“I love glass from different eras and places. For SÄLLSKAPLIG I was inspired by the glassware you can find in dusty old flea markets,” she says.
Feeling of weekend during the workweek
Glass has been a part of our history for thousands of years – as everyday objects, but also as something that is used only on special occasions. This difference is something Hanna-Kaarina would like to erase. “Setting a table shouldn’t be so serious, it should be fun. Sometimes you just want to add a silver lining to a regular Monday morning. By drinking juice from a tall glass, you can make the beginning of the week feel more like the start of the weekend.“
Mix to match
“To me, glass is a valuable material. I think it’s fascinating that you can transform a simple matter like sand into beautiful and useful objects and shapes. I also like that glass is sustainable since it can be recycled in a never-ending loop,” says Hanna-Kaarina.
All the glasses, bowls and carafes in the SÄLLSKAPLIG series speak the same language but have a strong character on their own. With the different heights you can create a billowy glass landscape on the table.
“It’s a mix of organic shapes and geometric patterns that can be combined with tableware you already have at home. I hope SÄLLSKAPLIG inspires to new ideas for the set table and perhaps more festive everydays.”
What is glass?
Glass is mainly made of sand, soda and lime melted at a high temperature. Tempering or various additives gives you extra-strong and impact-resistant glass that in some cases can be taken straight from freezer to oven without cracking. A big benefit is how glass can be recycled over and over without the quality deteriorating. Also, a lot less energy is needed to melt recycled glass compared to new raw materials. Our goal is to eventually use only recycled glass in our range.
Form design process
A more festive everyday with SÄLLSKAPLIG
When we created SÄLLSKAPLIG we wanted to make glass that can add a silver lining to the everyday. The inspiration comes from the kind of glass you can find in flea markets. It’s the best of the good old times with a modern twist – a mix of organic shapes and geometric patterns that easily can be combined with the tableware you already have at home.
I’m an enthusiastic glass collector and love flea markets. But even more so, I love to draw inspiration from old things and add a modern twist to them ⎼ so designing SÄLLSKAPLIG glassware was something of a dream project. The shapes and expressions in the series are reminiscent of old times and are perfect for a traditional table setting, but can also be used in new and creative ways. Not least, it is perfect for adding a little luxury to life, maybe on an ordinary Monday!