KUURA – Made in Oitti, Finland

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Kuura is a unique wall hanging from 1986, hand-crafted by Kutomo Rasinmäki in the village of Oitti in Finland. The wall hangings from Kutomo Rasinmäki are special art pieces from late 1980’s, unused and restorated to their glory.

Kuura is handmade from thick wool with luxurious fringes. The minimalistic design depicts crossroads and the passing of time.

Kuura is part of the Heritage Collection, which is an exclusive collection in collaboration with Finarte and Kutomo Rasinmäki. Every item in the collection is a truly unique art piece, as there is only one available for each design.

Designer: Eija Rasinmäki, Kutomo Rasinmäki
Size: xx x xx cm

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Description

“Kuura is a depiction of passing of time – when we are at crossroads, looking back and forth.”

– Eija Rasinmäki, designer

A Unique Art Piece —

Finarte Kuura handwoven wall hanging is a unique art piece – there is only one piece available of this design. “Every piece has its own unique story to tell”, designer Eija sees.

Kutomo Rasinmäki —

Kutomo Rasinmäki is our co-founder Eija Rasinmäki’s own company, where she creates her decorative, exclusive rug designs. Eija Rasinmäki is known at the same time as a friend of traditional weaving heritage and as a reformer of Finnish rag rugs, having designed rugs for 50 years already.

The Heritage Collection  —

The Heritage Collection is an exclusive collection established together with Finarte and Kutomo Rasinmäki. This collaboration is an ode to our roots – the traditional weaving methods, handmade rugs, and unique designs. The Heritage collection can be purchased only via Finarte.

Handmade in Oitti, Finland —

Finarte Kuura wall hanging is handmade at Kutomo Rasinmäki in Oitti, Finland. Kutomo Rasinmäki holds dear the Finnish weaving heritage, as every wall hanging is handcrafted with traditional Finnish weaving methods.

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Care Instructions

Vacuum regularly and spot clean when necessary. Gentle hand-wash with mild detergent or professional cleaning.