This esparto handbroom, is totally handmade with traditional techniques. It's rigid and stable with thin, flexible ends, ideal for sweeping up dirt and dust.
Made with cooked and crushed esparto, recycled nylon cord and strap.
Perfect for cleaning bookshelves, countertops, wooden objects, workshops, studios, and fireplaces. Or just for decoration, to add a rustic and traditional detail to the wall of our home.
*As they are handmade, no two will be the same.
**Store it hanging or lying down in a dry, free-of-moisture place.
*Material: Esparto grass (macrochloa tenacissima) is a wild plant, native to the Iberian Peninsula and North Africa, which usually grows in stony and arid lands. It is perennial, with filiform leaves and a stem of approximately 70 centimeters. It generally flowers between March and June, and is harvested during the central summer months. When the plant is green, you can pluck two threads that come out of the edges to be able to weave or braid them and generate the natural esparto fiber. It has been used for thousands of years for crafts and agricultural objects.