Sola i Kalrstad: Laserskuret och pulverlackat grytunderlägg som står på 3mm höga fötter (värmetålig och isolerande polyuretan), en i varje hörn. Designade och tillverkade av Kurt Sveilis, i vår verkstad i Norrköping.
Färg: texturerad svart
Storlek: 19,5x19,5x0,6cm, ~450g
The Sun in Karlstad: Laser cut and powder coated trivet that stands on 3mm high isolating feet (heat resistant polyurethane), one in each corner. Designed and manufactured by Kurt Sveilis, in our workshop in Norrköping, Sweden.
Color: textured black
Size: 19,5x19,5x0,6cm, ~450g
Sola i Karlstad ("the Sun in Karlstad"), nickname of Eva Lisa Holtz (1 January 1739, Karlstad – 24 September 1818), was a Swedish waitress and innkeeper who became the symbol of the Swedish city of Karlstad. She worked as a waitress on several of the local inns in Karlstad, and came to be known for her "sunny" disposition, thereby being given the nickname "the Sun in Karlstad".