CISSAN Napkin holder, water hyacinth,


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Just as welcoming on summer evenings as in the winter. CISSAN is handmade from water hyacinth – a plant that is harvested in tropical waterways to control its growth so it doesn’t clog the water flow.

Article Number603.342.89

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Every product is handmade and therefore unique.

The material brings a piece of nature into your home and spreads a calm, warm feeling.

Water hyacinths have natural colour variations, giving every napkin box an individual look.

Article Number603.342.89
  • Suitable for napkins in size 15¾x15¾".

  • Main parts:

    Water hyacinth, Clear nitrocellulose lacquer


    Steel, Epoxy/polyester powder coating

    Wipe dry with a clean cloth.

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


Length: 9 "

Width: 9 "

Height: 3 "

    Napkin holderArticle Number603.342.89

    Width: 8 ¾ "

    Height: 2 ¾ "

    Length: 8 ¾ "

    Weight: 11 oz

    Package(s): 1


Great little basket for napkins!JulieGreat little basket for napkins!5
Seems to be well made.RossSeems to be well made. It's slightly small for my intended use to keep Ikea kitchen towels in, but it'll work.5
Good qualityTATYANAGood quality5
great with IKEA NAPKINSNiliThis basket is the perfect combination with the large IKEA napkin. Well made and well priced5
Perfect little traySylviaI love this napkin holder. I’ve used this to hold the IKEA cloth napkins, and to organize my child’s Montessori toys. It’s so versatile and beautiful!5
Multipurpose and sturdyPRIYANKAI use this as a key and mask holder in my entryway and it looks so good!5
I love itArthur J.Love this piece on my dining table …5
CissanMarjorieI m planning to use it for napkins in my gazebo so they won’t blow away5
Love this basket!SydneyLove this basket!5
Good product for the pricethaisGood product for the price5
I like excellentFranciscaI like excellent5
Cissan Napkin HolderSANDRAI had looked everywhere for a basket or container to hold the IKEA paper napkins. I stumbled across the Cissan while on a recent trip to IKEA. I was thrilled that it was the perfect size. I bought it, and it looks lovely on my kitchen island.5
Nifty NeatBRENDAPerfect for my guest using napkins5
Love it!YvonneI love the look of it as well as the fact that I don't have to stand my napkins upright.5
Beat napkin holderCThe size is great and looks nice o. My table5
Not just for napkinsCarissaThis is currently holding a display of snacks. I may need to get another one.5
Love it!NiliThis is durable, stylish and well priced.5
Bought two, they are soMaryBought two, they are so great.5
Good basketJenniferI know this basket is intended to hold napkins (and rather large napkins, at that!) but that isn't what I use it for. I have a large sectional sofa and three remote controls for the TV. I use this to keep the remotes in, because my family keeps just setting them on the sofa and they fall in the cushions. This basket is a perfect collection point for the remotes, reading glasses, crochet hook, etc. Great size, great quality.5
Just really nice way toChellynJust really nice way to store napkins5

SustainabilityPeople and planet

Energy and resources

Set the table with a little help from nature

CISSAN napkin holder is made from dried water hyacinth, a beautiful but fast-growing plant that can clog waterways. By using water hyacinth to make products we help to naturally control their growth.


What is water hyacinth?

Water hyacinth is a free-floating plant that spreads quickly in tropical waterways. When covering the surface completely, it blocks out sunlight which disrupts biodiversity. Also, local communities suffer as transportation routes are clogged. When harvested, biodiversity is restored and waterways are kept open. The plant itself becomes a resource too. The stalks make a flexible material that can be woven or braided into unique baskets, mats, and other home furnishings.