Moomin mug, Sleep well

Moomin Arabia

$18.79 $25.05

Moomin Arabia
Moomin mug
$18.79 $25.05


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Description

Arabia’s Moomin mug "Sleep well" is part of the brand's tableware collection called True to its Origins, inspired by Tove Jansson’s novels Moominpappa at Sea (1965) and Moominvalley in November (1970). The first one tells the story of the Moomin family moving to a far-away lighthouse island, and the latter is the artist’s last Moomin book that she wrote after her mother had passed away. The themes of the books – longing, loneliness and turning points in life – are conveyed in the collection through Jansson’s beautiful, melancholy illustrations.

First pieces of Arabia’s Moomin tableware came out already in the 1950s, and the large-scale production began in 1990. The form of the collection comes from Arabia’s timeless ceramic Teema tableware designed by Kaj Franck.

Material
Ceramic
Capacity
3 dl
Care instructions
Safe for dishwasher, oven, microwave and freezer

Tove Slotte

Tove Slotte (b.1957) is a Finnish illustrator and graphical designer. Before becoming a designer she studied ceramics. Slotte worked at the Finnish design company Arabia 1985-1990 an today she works as a freelance designer. She is known for illustrating the popular Moomin-products of Iittala and Arabia. She picks up the themes from the original drawings of Tove Jansson and modifies them to fit the products.

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Based on 4 reviews

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    Finland

    5

    I love the black & white theme!

    178 days ago

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    Begijnendijk, Belgium

    5

    125 days ago

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    120 days ago

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