Iittala Raami 12-Ounce Glass Bowl, Sea Blue, by Jasper Morrison

  • Iittala Raami 12-Ounce Glass Bowl, Sea Blue, by Jasper Morrison
  • Iittala Raami 12-Ounce Glass Bowl, Sea Blue, by Jasper Morrison
  • Iittala Raami 12-Ounce Glass Bowl, Sea Blue, by Jasper Morrison

Iittala Raami 12-Ounce Glass Bowl, Sea Blue

by Jasper Morrison

Raami, designed by Jasper Morrison, adds a touch of effortless beauty to any space. Simple, adaptable, and high-quality tableware is framed by careful design that allows the room to take on its own personality. Breakfast, desserts, and cold meals go well in this sea blue Raami bowl. Finland-made pressed glass.

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