Kinta | Vase T-Upward - wood and paper pulp 23cm and dried flowers
Recycled wood and paper pulp vase and dried flowers.
This paper pulp vase has been made from recycled paper and wood pulp with a reused plastic bottle on the inside. The plastic bottle inside ensures that it is waterproof.
Old newspapers are recycled into paper maché products. For the vases and flowerpots Kinta also uses plastic bottles as raw material. The plastic inside ensures that the vases and flowerpots are waterproof. The molds for the paper maché products are made by a local artist in the Philippines, who is also in charge of the production. The people working on the paper maché products are paid a fair price/income.
23 cm high.
Material: recycled paper, light weight and includes dried flowers.
Designed in the Netherlands, handmade in the Philippines.
About Kinta: Kinta is a supplier of special interior products from the Philippines and Vietnam. ‘For twenty-five years we have been supplying high quality products in a sustainable and socially responsible way. Such as wooden utensils for on the table, in the kitchen and the interior in general. Wherever possible our products are made from either recycled or sustainable locally sourced materials and they are developed and produced in full cooperation with local suppliers. All contributors are paid fairly for their work. We visit our producers a few times every year to keep the cooperation up-to-date.’