This neutral yet symbolic two-piece Finlayson potholder set will make a true statement in the kitchen. The modern pattern is designed by Niina Aalto and meant to symbolize friendship between nations. The Finnish term "Rauha" translates to "Peace," and a plethora of graphic black birds decorate the beige potholders to convey an anti-war message to the world. The Rauha potholder's practical corner-to-corner quilted folding groove improves the grip on the surface of the pan and protects hands from heat. The flexible padding of the filling can withstand high temperatures, and the product has been tested to have sufficient protection against contact heat.
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