Handcrafted according to an old Swedish tradition of brush-binding, this mushroom brush by Iris Hantverk has a base of oil-treated birch and the bristle of horsehair. It is the perfect tool to effectively remove dirt and debris without damaging fungus. Fresh mushrooms lose flavor when it is rinsed in water - dirt and soil should be brushed or cut off.
The brush also works great as bread baking brush with molds with small and detailed patterns when the round shape makes it small and convenient.
Length 16 cm Width 2 cm Height 2,4 cm
Material: oil-treated birch wood and horsehair
Made in Sweden.
Sustainability: Handmade, 100% natural material.
Shipping: This item ships within EU in 3 - 5 business days. We take the satisfaction of customers very seriously. Every product is inspected to the highest possible quality standards before dispatch. If you are not fully happy with your item, you can return it within 14 days of receipt, providing its new and in original condition.
The history of Iris Hantverk is closely connected to that of the visually impaired movement and community in Sweden and dates back to 1870, when a workhouse for visually impaired craftsmen was founded in Stockholm. In 1906 a factory and warehouse for brush-binding and basket-making was built by an association supporting self-sustainment and equal access to work – and this laid the foundation for the development of Iris Hantverk. Today, the company employs 14 people in Sweden and also collaborates with visually impaired craftsmen in Estonia. The core of the business is its brush-binding manufacturing in the south of Stockholm, where five visually impaired craftsmen from different cultures make brushes by hand, with the same traditional technique that was used over 100 years ago. Their brushes are made from natural materials such as birch, beech and oak, horsehair and goat hair, as well as various plant fibres.