Arabia


Arabia FinlandEstablished in 1873, Arabia is a trailblazer in modern Finnish design. Its product selection consists of popular ranges of dishes and design gift products.

 

The highly valued Arabia products are characterized by a timeless beauty as well as high quality and functionality. Arabia dishes, made to be used and displayed, hold a central position in Finnish lives: thanks to their innovative and distinctive design, they are equally at home on the kitchen table and at festive occasions. These are items designed for Finns who value the concept of Finnish design and recognize the aesthetic value of the products.

 

For over 130 years, Arabia has provided an expression of the era; not just distinctive design but a genuinely consumer-led approach have been its strengths. Arabia is consistently at the top of the list of the most esteemed brands in Finland, sharing the top slot with the Fazerin Sininen chocolates in 2006, the second time it has reached Number One (Source: marketing and advertising paper Markkinointi & Mainonta and market re-search company Taloustutkimus Oy, 2006). This is proof of the brand’s ability to reinvent itself and of the high regard in which it is held by Finns.

 

Trying to determine the age of your Arabia piece? Check our Arabia factory stamps guide.

 

More at: http://www.arabia.fi

 

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