The HS Stackable Glasses from Toyo Sasaki have been a best-selling product for over 40 years. Featuring the Hard Strong (HS) glass-strengthening technology developed by Toyo Sasaki Glass in 1967, this glass is more durable than standard glassware. The HS is applied to the top portion of the glass, which toughens the glass so that it is resistant to chipping, especially when stacked with other Toyo Sasaki stackable glasses. Renowned for their durability, these glasses are the industry standard for the foodservice and hospitality sectors in Japan.
The HS series from Toyo Sasaki has been awarded the Good Design Award and the Good Design-Long Life Design Award.
Collective Tools is a complete toolbox for contemporary dining which functions individually or as a set. Whether it is a serving tool or a pepper mill, these stainless steel design objects feel immediately enjoyable in the hands. Collective Tools enhance any Iittala cutlery collection.
Iittala cutlery is made of austenic, rustproof 18/10 steel, which consists of 18 % chromium and 10 % nickel. Chromium protects the steel against corrosion. The addition of nickel to the alloy increases its corrosion resistance while adding a bright polished appearance, hardness, and exceptional resistance to all temperatures.
Iittala cutlery is either polished or matt-brushed. Polishing guarantees a shiny surface and rust resistance. The mat-brushed cutlery is first polished in order to improve the rust resistance, then brushed mat and washed.
Stainless steel is an extremely durable material. However, it may rust under certain situations. At this time, a material completely resistant to rust has not yet been discovered. Therefore, it is essential that you take good care of your Iittala stainless steel cutlery. After dinner, immediately wash, or at least rinse, the cutlery. The cutlery should not be soaked for a long period of time. Do not use steel wool for cleaning. If you wash the cutlery in the dishwasher, the cutlery basket should not be loaded full and the blades and spoons should have some space between them. Open the hatch door when the cutlery is left in the machine after washing, as humidity is not good for the cutlery. Vinegar, mustard, mayonnaise, rhubarb, and salt can leave tiny, dark spots, or even rust, on the surface of the cutlery if it is not rinsed or washed after use. Even though the cutlery is very durable, it may become scratched, discolored or worn with time. You can make old cutlery shiny again by doing the following: Boil 1 liter of water and add 1 dl of washing powder. Boil the cutlery in the mixture for 15 minutes and rinse properly afterwards. Sometimes the stains are especially hard to remove. If this is the case, use a vinegar-solution of 1 dl vinegar and 1 liter water.
Ergonomically designed for complete comfort and balance, the Cheese Slicer by iittala is a must have for cheese lovers. Designed by Glen Oliver Law and Antonio Citterio, the Cheese Slicer is part of the Collective Tools family of products. Forged from stainless steel, the Collective Tools are practical and beautiful, making them excellent gifts or additions to a foodie’s cooking arsenal.