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Handwoven Hand Broom - 'Turkey Wing' Style (multiple colours)

Handwoven Hand Broom - 'Turkey Wing' Style (multiple colours)

Regular price $36.22 USD
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Made By: Sophia Elouise View full details

Handwoven hand broom - Crafted with durable twisted nylon, these brushes feature Tampico bristles, making them highly effective in gathering dust and debris from various surfaces. Tampico's gentle yet efficient brushing ensures thorough cleaning without causing any damage or scratching to surfaces. 

Description

Sophia Elouise, a Frome-based woodworker, specialises in crafting functional and aesthetically pleasing pieces. She designs and meticulously handcrafts items that blend both purpose and beauty. Using hardwoods and other biodegradable natural materials, her creations are built to endure generations. The focus on function ensures practical usability in daily life, while the emphasis on form results in objects that exhibit simple beauty and can serve as sculptural delights on our shelves, bringing joy and contentment into our daily lives.

Tampico

These brooms are hand bound by Sophia using traditional brush binding techniques. The fibre is Tampico from the Agave plant and the binding is in a 2 twist Nylon thread which can withstand the strength of the hand binding. The bristles are natural, biodegradable and grow in abundance. It is suggested to avoid getting these bristles wet.

Arenga

The fibre is Arenga from the Sugar Palm plant and the binding is in a 2 twist Nylon thread which can withstand the strength of the hand binding. The bristles are natural, biodegradable and grow in abundance. It is suggested to avoid getting these bristles wet.

Dimensions

25cm tall x 19.5cm wide 

Materials and care

Twisted nylon thread 

Tampico Bristles - agave plant

Arenga - sugar palm plant 

Avoid getting the broom wet 

Features

Natural bristles, biodegradable and grow in abundance 

Hand bound and naturally sourced 

Beautiful product for everyday use 


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