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Round Bathing Brush
Iris Hantverk Round Bathing Brush
Designed by Lovisa Wattman
Item #: IR1035-00
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  • Designer: Lovisa Wattman
  • Brand: iris Hantverk / Sweden
  • Item #: IR1035-00
  • Availability: Usually ships within 5-7 business days
  • Dimensions: H: 3.5 IN (9 CM) x D: 4.7 IN (12 CM)
  • Material: Handmade of oiled maple, horsehair
  • Country: Mad in Sweden
  • A generous bath brush with bristles frim enough to last but soft enough to feel refreshing to the skin. At Iris Hantverk, people with visual impairments have been making brushes using the time-honored techniques of traditional Swedish craftsmanship for more than a hundred years.

    If you care for your brushes well, they will age beautifully. They are easy to clean with dishwashing liquid and warm water. Hang them or stand them on the bristles to dry to keep the wood from splitting. Oil as needed with mineral oil.
    Lovisa WattmanLovisa Wattman creates kitchenware and tableware, including items for Sagaform's Holiday and Oval Oak collections. Wattman studied at the Swedish Academy of Arts and Crafts in Stockholm and at the Aarhus Architectural School in Denmark. Wattman is a passionate cook and this translates into her kitchenware designs which are not only beautiful, but highly usable.

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    Iris Hantverk / SwedenIris Hantverk / SwedenIris Hantverk / Sweden

    Traditional Craftsmanship. The Iris Hantverk company produces high-quality handmade household items using techniques that date back to the 19th century. Enlisting the skills of top designers to conceptualize their products, they hire and support visually impaired craftspeople to create these meticulously assembled pieces. The time-honored techniques of traditional Swedish craftsmanship has been used by IRIS Hantverk for more than a hundred years. They still draw every brush by hand and use natural materials almost exclusively. Backs and handles are made of birch, oak or beech. The bristles are made of various materials such as horsehair, goat hair, Tampico fiber (from plants unique to the semi-desert areas of northern Mexico) and piassava (bass) fiber, depending on their use.
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