myfelt Saucer Frida - Big One
With its punctual color accent and the 4 cm large, individually hand-made felt balls, the violet Frida coaster is a real eye-catcher on every dining table. Because even under a hot pot it can still be easily recognized and allows the interior to shine as a stylish design element and wonderful accessory. The trivet is made of pure new wool and is therefore naturally water and dirt repellent as well as heat-resistant up to 330 ° C and can be used on both sides.
Due to the environmentally friendly dyeing method, myfelt felt ball rugs and other products may only be dry-cleaned. Water-based as well as dry cleaning can lead to color changes. Do not use a brush to vacuum the carpets.
Material: New Zealand wool Pure natural product 5 year guarantee GoodWeave certified
Size: Ø 20 cm Height: 4 cm Weight: 195 g
Item will be delivered in 3 - 5 business days. Shipping costs will vary depending on the destination. Rates will be calculated during the checkout.
We offer a 14 days return policy on full price items. All Items that were purchased with a discount code are not eligible for a refund and can only be exchanged on a case by case basis. Note that returns are handled directly by our brand partners. To receive instructions from the brand you can fill out the returns form in the footer of this page up to 14 days after your products were delivered. After receiving your returns, the money will be refunded to you. Please remember: the items should be unwashed, unaltered and unworn and in the original packaging. Cosmetic products are not eligible for a refund if the original packaging was opened.
myfelt has taken on the task of designing exceptional felt-ball rugs. The brand’s passion for the felt, quality and design is what motivates them to continue. At the same time they realize that the company is a social project to preserve this handicraft tradition that has existed for centuries. With a modern and sustainable production chain, myfelt wants to maintain fair wages and fair working conditions for their Nepalese colleagues at the factory.