A respectful Swedish style

Iris Hantverk

There is a company in Sweden that manufactures brushes and household items in the same way since its foundation, dated to the end of 19th Century. What makes Iris Hantwerk a different and peculiar company is however that all items are hand manufactured by visually impaired people.

The ability of these artisans goes together the fine design and the working techniques that didn't change all over the years. The materials used have a natural origin –  birch, oak or beech wood and bristles made of horsehair, goat hair, Tampico and Piassava fiber - to underline even more the attention of the company to a different business model.

Iris Hantwerk - that for all these reasons deserves to be under the spotlight – offers its products online in the company's website.



Written by THM

A respectful Swedish style
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