Lapuan Kankurit Osmankäämi towel/napkin, linen - yellow
Lapuan Kankurit Osmankäämi towel/napkin, linen - yellow
Lapuan Kankurit Osmankäämi towel/napkin, linen - yellow
Lapuan Kankurit Osmankäämi towel/napkin, linen - yellow
Lapuan Kankurit Osmankäämi towel/napkin, linen - yellow
Lapuan Kankurit Osmankäämi towel/napkin, linen - yellow

Osmankäämi towel/napkin, linen - yellow

Lapuan Kankurit

JP¥ 2,207 JP¥ 2,759

Lapuan Kankurit
Osmankäämi towel/napkin
JP¥ 2,207 JP¥ 2,759

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Osmankäämi napkin by Lapuan Kankurit celebrates nature with its vibrant textures and nuanced colours. The fabric napkin is decorated with a beautiful design by Elina Helenius, a tribute to the founder and first designer of Lapuan Kankurit, Liisa Hjelt. The original Osmankäämi textiles were designed in the 1970s and woven from jacquard, but now the material is 100% linen.

Thanks to its handy size, machine-washable material and lightweight feel, the Osmankäämi napkin is very versatile: in addition to both festive and day-to-day table settings, it also serves as a face towel in the bathroom or on trips. The linen napkin is woven at the Lapuan Kankurit weaving mill in Finland.

100% Oeko-Tex certified European "Masters of Linen" linen
Beige, yellow
Washed linen
46 cm
46 cm
80 g
Care instructions
Machine wash max. 60°C. Avoid rinsing and bleaching products. No tumble drying.

Elina Helenius

Elina Helenius (b. 1963) is a Finnish textile designer specialising in surface, colour and pattern design. She graduated from the University of Art and Design Helsinki, Textile Department, in 1988. Helenius has worked extensively in product design and in the field of productization applying Finnish design know-how to the needs of domestic and foreign clients, including Aarikka, Adea, Doctor Design, Marimekko, Showroom Finland and Lapuan Kankurit. She has received prizes in several design competitions and her works are represented in the collection of the Helsinki Design Museum, Kyoto Textile Resource Center, and Röhsska Museum of Fashion, Design and Decorative Arts in Göteborg, Sweden.

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