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TÖRNBÄR Plant pot, banana fibre handmade,

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TÖRNBÄR plant pot is a collaboration with social entrepreneurs. It’s hand-woven in banana fibre and made by Industree in India which provides long-term income for female artisans and their families.

Article number705.247.07

Product details

You can plant plants in this versatile pot, or use it to store things or as a waste bin.

Sturdy handles in the same natural style as the pot make it easy to lift and move.

Banana fibres have natural colour variations which make every pot unique.

Designer

P Machado/A Fredriksson/F Wiersma

  • Banana fibres may have dark spots; these have no effect on the strength of the material.

    Only recommended for indoor use.

  • Material
    Basematerial:
    Banana fibres, Clear lacquer
    Insert:
    Polypropylene plastic (min. 50% recycled)
    Care

    Wipe clean with a dry cloth.

  • By using a renewable material like banana fibre in this product, we avoid using fossil or finite materials.

    By creating this product, we provide long-term livelihood for mostly female artisans and their families in India, Jordan, Thailand and Romania.

    We want to have a positive impact on the planet. That is why by 2030, we want all materials in our products to be recycled or renewable, and sourced in responsible ways.

Measurements

Height: 35 cm

Outside diameter: 37 cm

Max. diameter flowerpot: 32 cm

Inside diameter: 35 cm

  • TÖRNBÄRArticle number705.247.07

    Length: 37 cm

    Weight: 1.88 kg

    Diameter: 39 cm

    Package(s): 1

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SustainabilityPeople and planet

People and communities

Made from banana fibre by sure-handed artisans, IGELSTORP and TÖRNBÄR plant pots and wall decorations add handmade beauty to your home – and also create jobs in regions where they are most needed.

Material

What is banana fibre?

The strong banana fibre is a by-product of banana growing. The plant only bears fruit once, and instead of letting the trunk go to waste, the outer fibres can be dried and then woven and braided into things like baskets, table mats and furniture. By using fibres from different banana species we get a natural colour variation – and a more vibrant expression.