Wool Puffin – Woolkan
Wool Puffin (Egg Warmer) – Woolkan
Risar hafsins – Cushion Coverkr. 8.490,00
” Giants of the sea
Icelandic waters are home to a variety of whales, although many of them only spend the summer months there. The high productivity of the North Atlantic and the structure of the Icelandic coastal áreas offer a variety of habitats, suitable for many species with diferente needs. The sea around Iceland is therefore na importante feeding ground for many whales.
The Humpback whale (Megaptera noveangliae) migrates to the shores of Iceland in the summertime after having spend the winter months in more Southern locations. I tis a baleen whale and is easily identified by its long white flippers and the numerous barnacles on its body. Its body is mostly dark grey or black on top and partially white underneath. The fluke has unique patterns of black and white.
Professional whale watching is now one of the highlights for many tourists visiting Iceland. Whale watching is for exemple offered on Faxoflói and Breiðafjördur bays, but also in Eyjafjörður and Skjálfandi bay. A whale museu mis operated in the town of Hísavík in North, providing detailed and interesting information on whales. “
Made in Iceland from 100% cotton with amazing nature images on the front and a monochromatic fabric on the back.The printed pictures on the pads are not homogeneous which can create some slight color variations between the cushions of the same type.
Stuffing is not included.
Size: 40 x 60 cmShare
Mjölnir Þórshamar – The Hammer of Thorkr. 990,00
THOR’S HAMMER – In Norse mythology, Mjölnir is the hammer of Thor, the god of thunder. Mjölnir was a fearsome weapon, capable of leveling mountains. In the 13th century Prose Edda, Snorri Sturluson relates that after being thrown at something the hammer always came flying back to Thor.Share
Blóm lífsins – The flower of lifekr. 1.200,00
THE FLOWER OF LIFE is a recurring pattern in Nordic visual art. The pattern can be traced to Asia, where the term originated. It may be compared to the tree Yggdrasill, the source of life. The design of the Flower of Life is also modelled upon the flower drawings of the artist Sölvi Helgason, one of the most famous wanderers in the history of Iceland.Share