Silkeborg Uldspinderi Plain Beat throw, warm red
Silkeborg Uldspinderi Plain Beat throw, warm red

Plain Beat throw, warm red

Silkeborg Uldspinderi

$199.00 $283.00

Silkeborg Uldspinderi
Plain Beat throw
$199.00 $283.00


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Description

Silkeborg Uldspinderi’s Plain Beat throw is designer Tina Ratzer’s modern interpretation of a traditional quilt. The rhythmical pattern was created as a sort of a by-product of an artwork Ratzer created for the Danish Design Centre: the pattern was inspired by her sketches of the large ”pixelated” artwork. The Plain Beat throw measures 130 x 190 cm and is made of 100 % wool.

Material
100% wool
Colour
Multicolour
Length
190 cm
Width
130 cm
Care instructions
Wool cycle max 30 °C

Tina Ratzer

Tina Ratzer (born 1971) is a textile designer from Denmark. Ratzer has graduated from the design school Kolding, and she has her own trademark, Ratzer. Her focus is on classic patterns with a modern twist and she prefers natural materials, such as pure wool. Tina Ratzer also works on exhibitions, public commissions and freelance assignments. Her work has been shown for example at the MoMA in New York.

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