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Arabia is a Finnish ceramics company, founded in 1873 by Rörstrand, and currently owned by Fiskars. Arabia has specialized in kitchenware and tableware.
The original Arabia porcelain factory was located in Toukola (Helsinki). It later housed the Aalto University School of Arts, Design and Architecture.
Ulla Procopé, Esteri Tomula and Kaj Franck were among the best-known artists and designers for the company.
In 2016 the Arabia factory in Finland closed. All Arabia products are now made in Thailand and Romania.
- Ulla Procopé
- Esteri Tomula
- Kaj Franck
- Heikki Orvola
- Birger Kaipiainen
- Friedl Kjellberg
- Raija Uosikkinen (1923–2004)
- Inkeri Leivo (1944–2010)
- Heljä Liukko-Sundström (1938–)
- Richard Lindh (1929–2006)
- Tove Slotte
- ^ "Ulla Procopé at Arabia from 1948-1966". Finnguide. 2008-01-21. Archived from the original on 2011-02-22.
- ^ "Perinteikäs Arabian keramiikkatehdas lopetti – Mitä tapahtuu tehdaskorttelille?". Yle Uutiset (in Finnish). 23 March 2016. Retrieved 2017-08-25.
- ^ "Arabia Designers".
- Arabia website
- Arabia history - profile at FinnishDesign.com