Shoe Care Kit


Shoe Care Kit in a black storage box. It contains a shoe brush, shoe dauber, black shoe polish and cloth. 

1x Shoe Brush
Soft horsehair bristles polish leather to a shine and restore natural luster. The artfully crafted birch handle has a subtle curve that makes it easy to use and comfortable in-hand.

1x Shoe Dauber
This little brush is perfect for applying care products to your shoes. The soft horsehair bristles will not scratch even the finest leather.

1x Black Shoe Polish
To use on black shoes to polish up to a shine and take care of any nicks or scuff marks.

1x Linen & Cotton Cloth
To help keep your shoes shining and looking their best.

1x Storage Box
Features a handy divider inside the durable cardboard box so that the items never get messy or touch one another. With room for a few more items.

  • Made in Sweden
  • 422 g
  • LxØ: 16 x 14.5 cm
  • Beechwood / Horsehair

Made by Iris Hantverk, who hire and support visually impaired craftspeople to create many of their beautiful and functional products.


Designed by Lovisa Wattman
Lovisa Wattman has been active as a designer since her master's degree from Konstfack's Industrial Design in 1995. First, as a designer at Höganäs Keramik and BodaNova, and since 1999 as a freelancer. She has been involved in long co-operations with several Swedish companies, including IKEA and Iris Hantverk.

The long term is important to the design; both in terms of product function, durability and shape. Lovisa's own approach to consumption is characterized by the fact that the products you choose will last for a long time, and that the form of the product will be appreciated during that whole time.

How things are to be used and managed will be the starting point in the design, functions are turned into beautiful form.

In the process with the Iris Hantverk range is the challenge to design products with a long lifespan in both material and form.

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Maker Profile

Iris Hantverk

1870's Stockholm: The birthplace of a brush manufacturing revolution. Now, as then, every brush is made by hand, but what sets Iris Hantverk apart is not just the quality of their goods, but the process behind their creation. Each brush is meticulously crafted by visually impaired craftsmen. This unique approach adds an extra layer of depth and sensitivity to each and every brush, redefining the concept of handmade craftsmanship.

Today there are 17 employees at Iris Hantverk. The core of the business is the brush binding manufacturing at Sandsborgsvägen – here a team of visually impaired craftsmen make brushes according to an old Swedish tradition. They also work with visually impaired craftsmen in Estonia. They too have a history strongly connected to the visual impairments movement.

Join Iris Hantverk on their journey as they continue to create and share their exceptional brushes with the world, keeping tradition alive one brush at a time.

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