Part of Finlayson's 200th anniversary collection, Mirja Tissari's Annukka pattern nods to the large patterns and bold hues of the 1970's "flower power" design movement. A time of love and community, this feel-good pattern suits the collection with bold blossoms in sunny shades of yellow contrasted by white and black. The design is printed on two pot holders, each with a loop that allows them to be hung on display when not in use. The padded pot holders even have a double seam sewn diagonally through them that allows them to easily fold and pull pans and pots from the oven. The top material is thick and firm 100% rib weave cotton, while the inside boasts flexible, heat-resistant filling. It has a CE marking, meaning it's been tested for adequate protection against contact heat.
Care: Machine washable. Follow instructions on tag.
Price is for set of 2 pot holders.
Finlayson has produced quality housewares including textiles, kitchen and dining accessories and décor for nearly 200 years. First established in Tampere, Finland by James Finlayson in 1820, the company keeps a strong presence in Finland where it continues to be an integral part of Finnish ... More Finlayson