Toilet Brush & Toilet Roll Holder Set


Toilet Brush & Toilet Roll Holder combo

Toilet Brush with cup in concrete and brush in birchwood with durable polypropylene bristles.

By adding a small addition of polymer the concrete becomes elastic and pliable. It's not so soft that it can be bent, it’s still a stone material but has a pleasant feeling to it - warm, smooth and comfortable. It contains no environmentally harmful substances. The products are molded by hand in a small foundry outside of Stockholm. The concrete is cast of a relatively viscous mass that causes the surface to receive a varying smoothness and color variations occurs, this contributes to the vibrant impression.

  • Made in Sweden
  • Ø×H: 97 × 415 mm
  • 598g
  • Soft Concrete polymer mix / Birch / Polypropylene
Do not fill the concrete cup with water and cleaning detergent and have the brush standing in it. Use the brush with toilet cleaners, clean the toilet, shake out excessive and place the brush in the concrete cup. Machine Made.

    Toilet Roll Holder, crafted from soft concrete and beechwood. Soft concrete is an innovative material made by including a small addition of polymers, and as a result the concrete becomes elastic and pliable. It contains no environmentally harmful substances. Moulded by hand in a small foundry outside of Stockholm, the soft concrete retains the characteristics of a resilient stone material, but with a smooth, pleasant feel to it. Varying smoothness and colour variations occur on the surface of this concrete, due to the irregularities of the crafting technique, which add to the vibrant and unique expression in each piece.

    • Made in Sweden
    • Ø×H: 135 × 415 𝗆𝗆
    • Soft Concrete polymer mix / Birch
    • Store 3 toilet paper rolls
    • Can also be used for paper kitchen towel rolls

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

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    Maker Profile

    Iris Hantverk

    In the late 1800s a small brush manufacturing started out in Stockholm. It was a successful movement, so successful that it remains today. Now, as then, every brush is made by hand by visually impaired craftsmen. It brings new dimensions to the concept of sensitively made by hand.

    Today we are 17 employees at Iris Hantverk. The core of the business is the brush binding manufacturing at Sandsborgsvägen, Enskede – here 6 visually impaired craftsmen from different cultures make brushes according to an old Swedish tradition. We also work with visually impaired craftsmen in Estonia. Like us, they too have a history strongly connected to the visual impairments movement.

    Since August 2012, Richard Sparrenhök and Sara Edhäll run the company. In 2012 Social Departement withdrew the aid disbursed for depot activities for visually impaired craftsmen. That had been the main revenue for that function since the 1950s. Iris Hantverk’s owner at that time then decided to sell the company to us - both having worked for many years in the company and its management. We are both very glad to take over and operate on this company that holds so much history and tradition. We care very much for the craftsmen and the survival of the brush binding manufacturer. We believe that many like us appreciate the feeling and quality of a hand-drawn brush made of natural materials.

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