MingarWalker Small Tampico Tablecloth Lilac/Olive
Material: Tampico fiber, leather cord and linen thread
Dimensions: H25 cm x W7 cm
Colour: Lilac, Olive
Originally made as a milk cheese for sourdough baking, but it is so practical that you could have one in every room. It kicks dust out of nooks and crannies, is keyboard dust in the office, collects crumbs on the dining table, flour on the kitchen counter and costs up potting soil on the windowsill when the cat has knocked over a potted plant. Tampico fiber can withstand heat and this brush is well suited to brush flour from lefsetakka.
The broom is tied with linen thread and has a leather cord to hang from.
After many years of use, when the broom has cost its last crumbs, it is thrown into the compost.
Produced in Nærbø in Rogaland
MingarWalker is a glassblowing factory in Nærbø in Rogaland. Line Mingar & Benjamin Walker met at the glass kiln in 1999 and have been blowing glass together ever since.
In quiet moments, when the Dragon is on holiday and the glass furnace is cold, Line ties brooms. Durable materials and good quality give pleasure in everyday use. The brooms are made from plant fiber and tied with linen thread. They are decorative to look at, withstand frequent use and do not leave microplastics when worn. At the end of their useful life, they can be thrown into the compost. All products are manufactured in Nærbø in Rogaland.