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This beautiful Himmeli Wreath is original to the HRUSKAA collection. Inspired from the traditional Finnish himmeli mobile, it casts a beautiful geometric pattern on the wall when the light is just right, truly a sculptural piece of art to admire. The visual perspective changes for you at a each angle, playing off its angular lines.

What I love most is the merging of traditions between the wreath and himmeli which both represent a celebration of the winter solstice.

Learn more about the himmeli here:

Hand sewn in solid copper straw* and black OR white nylon string
Copper will naturally oxidize, [darken] over time
Wall nail included with listing

22.5" diameter x 4.5" deep [57 cm x 12 cm]
approximately at widest points

A lightweight preserved nature collection could be carefully rested in the hollow frame of the wreath. Take care as to use only lightweight items, similar to what is shown in listing photos. A touch of adornment for the changing seasons would make it all the more special.

For indoor use only
Adornments are not part of listing
Wreath is double boxed for shipping
*please do not display Tillandsia on copper pieces as it is toxic to them.

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HRUSKAA Copper Modern Geometric Wreath No. 1 | Art Wall Sculpture | Air Plant Holder | Himmeli | Minimalist

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  • Handmade item
  • Materials: solid copper straw, nylon string
  • Made to order
  • Only ships to United States from Michigan, United States.
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