HÄSTHAGE Pot stand, grey

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The Dala horse is Sweden's best-selling souvenir. Usually wooden, but here the silhouette has been turned into a decorative pot stand in felt. Part of the HÄSTHAGE collection.

Article Number605.243.74

Product details

Perfect to place under hot pots to protect the table or worktop.

Designer

Paulin Machado

Article Number605.243.74
  • Material
    100% polyester
    Care

    Do not wash.

    Do not bleach.

    Do not tumble dry.

    Do not iron.

    Do not dryclean.

    Withstands temperatures up to 160°C.

  • Renewable material (wood).

  • Colour

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    Components

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    Size

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    Weight

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    Material

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    Manufacturer

    IKEA of Sweden AB

    Country Of Manufacture

    CHINA

    Importer

    IKEA KOREA

    Shipping And Installation Costs

    Please refer to IKEA Services page

    Warranty Information

    Quality assurance is provided according to IKEA quality assurance policy.

    Exchange & Return Service

    IKEA Korea/ 1670-4532

    Launch Date Of Same Model

    1/1/2022

    User Instruction

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    Manufacture Date

    Manufactured Date : Refer to product package surface e.g) 1246=12(YY)46(WW)

Measurements

Width: 20 cm

Thickness: 10 mm

Length: 20 cm

  • HÄSTHAGEArticle Number605.243.74

    Width: 20 cm

    Height: 1 cm

    Length: 20 cm

    Weight: 0.04 kg

    Package(s): 1

Reviews

5(2)

Designer thoughts

Designer thoughts

“The Dala horse is a symbol of Sweden and our heritage of craftsmanship that is easy to recognise. In the HÄSTHAGE collection I play with the silhouette of the cute horse and combine it with black and white birch trees as a tribute to Scandinavian nature. The result is simple, modern and vivid. To me, the patterns symbolise a respect for nature, optimism and survival – a love of life, even in tough times."

Pauline Machado