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Inês Schertel, a modern textile designer, creates functional things employing a 6,000-year-old method.

Each piece is distinctive in both colour and form and isn't made by weaving fabrics on a loom; rather, the wool fibres are felted together to create the finished product.

Wool fibres are compressed by friction, water, and soap to create one-of-a-kind textiles that are authentic, pure, and made entirely of natural materials.

The texel sheep herd that is housed on her ranch in Rio Grande do Sul, Brazil, in a native camp provides the wool.

Can be bought individually or as a pair.

Wool Vase

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