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Havu serving box / bread box
For serving, storage, as a bread box, decoration... many possibilities!
Birch plywood, separate cutting board on the deck
Inspired by a Finnish coniferous forest
Made in Finland
Havu rasia is a beautiful multipurpose serving and storage box made of birch plywood. The box has three separate parts, all of which can be used for serving. The upper part 'Havu' also works as a cutting board, pan tray or tray. The box is an excellent storage container for bread, a coffee bun or any dry product. Havu-vakka is also a stylish decoration product in any room of the home for storing all kinds of small items.
The plywood in the box and cutting board is made of environmentally friendly PEFC and FSC-certified Finnish birch. The diameter is 24 cm and the internal height is 13 cm.
Bring a little Finnish fairytale forest to your own home, for everyday and festive moments.
Blog: Read what Emilia used to serve first (Note! This blog was written from a previous box model)>
- Box diameter 24cm, internal height 13 cm (box with lid 15 cm)
- Cutting board size: diameter 24 cm, thickness 0,7 cm
- The material is birch plywood. Birch plywood with melamine surface on the cutting board
- Havu as a cutting board
Care instructions: Wipe the box with a damp towel. Cutting board hand wash.
Miiko designs and manufactures wonderful Finnish products using soft deer leather, durable birch plywood and high-quality wool as materials. The selection includes deerskin bags and purses, kitchen and home furnishings and paper products. Under the leadership of designer Sanna Paak, nature-inspired, style-clean products are created, which are manufactured entirely in Finland. Sanna's beautiful and insightful design has been appreciated e.g. In the Italian A'Design Award and Competition, where the Väre pillow was awarded in 2016.
Miikko's founder Sanna is from a family that has had entrepreneurs for several generations. Sanna's grandfather and father have worked as shoe retailers, so leather is a natural material for Sanna's work as well. Sanna's mother's side comes again with artistry and creativity. When the two skills were combined, Miiko was born. Today, Miiko also employs Sanna's four siblings, and with this strength and determination of the siblings, Miiko is taken forward from Tuusula.