Göran Hongell (1902- 1973) is a Finnish designer, well-known for his beautiful glasswork. In 1932, he started working for Karhula-Iittala and was in charge of preparing the existing creations for mass production. He also drew many functional and artistic glass objects throughout the years, such as his famous stackable Silko, Säde and Maininki glasses, but also bowls and vases which could be engraved according to customer’s wishes. In 1949, Göran Hongell designed his range of mouth blown Aarne glasses, which were awarded the gold medal at the Milan Triennale in 1954.
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