Medium Woven Jute Tube Planter
Medium Woven Jute Tube Planter
Medium Woven Jute Tube Planter
$58.00

MOkun

Medium Woven Jute Tube Planter

A beautiful one-of-a-kind piece from San Francisco-based artist, Moriah Okun. With a combination of natural, dyed blue and dyed green jute, along with complementing thread of similarly colored variations, this hanging tube planter features a stunning ombre effect.

An excellent gift or statement piece in your own home decor.

  • Finished with 11.5" long loop for hanging.
  • This is a one-of-a-kind piece from MOkun; variations are to be expected and celebrated.
  • Approximate Dimensions : 5" tall with a 3" diameter.

The materials - cotton rope, nylon cord and jute - are washable, however, some shrinkage and bleeding from the thread could occur. Spot cleaning with a diluted soap mixture (a small drop of laundry soap to half a cup of cold water) is the safest option.

MOkun
San Francisco, CA

MOkun is a San Francisco-based textiles company founded by artist and maker Moriah Okun, that creates few-of-a-kind rope vessels, housewares, wall hangings, soft sculptures and more. Each piece is coiled and stitched by Moriah on a heavy-duty sewing machine using only cord and thread. The resulting forms are flexible and sturdy, sculptural and functional. 

MOkun currently consists of one girl, two sewing machines and three cats.

DETAILS

  • Finished with 11.5" long loop for hanging.
  • This is a one-of-a-kind piece from MOkun; variations are to be expected and celebrated.
  • Approximate Dimensions : 5" tall with a 3" diameter.

TO CARE

The materials - cotton rope, nylon cord and jute - are washable, however, some shrinkage and bleeding from the thread could occur. Spot cleaning with a diluted soap mixture (a small drop of laundry soap to half a cup of cold water) is the safest option.

ABOUT THE BRAND

MOkun
San Francisco, CA

MOkun is a San Francisco-based textiles company founded by artist and maker Moriah Okun, that creates few-of-a-kind rope vessels, housewares, wall hangings, soft sculptures and more. Each piece is coiled and stitched by Moriah on a heavy-duty sewing machine using only cord and thread. The resulting forms are flexible and sturdy, sculptural and functional. 

MOkun currently consists of one girl, two sewing machines and three cats.

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