Julie Tray Set
Handcrafted Swedish leather tray set. Large in black, medium in slate grey, and small in light grey. Made with Italian vegetable tanned leather with an interior brass band. The large tray is the perfect centerpiece and the smaller ones can be used for jewelry, coins or keys. Timeless perspective meets easy elegance.
MATERIALS / Italian vegetable tanned leather and solid Swedish brass
DIMENSIONS / Small: Diameter 13 cm Height 2.5 cm, Medium: Diameter 20 cm Height 2.5 cm, Large: Diameter 13 cm Height 2.5 cm
WEIGHT: 1 kg
HANDMADE IN SWEDEN
At Interior Monologue, we believe handmade is the best made. Our mission is to provide a collection of makers that you can trust – handmade excellence and ethical production. We think it’s important to understand who made the things we love. Our hope is that this collection connects you directly with our favorite makers and their one of a kind stories.
Les Few pieces are handcrafted by the finest artisans in Sweden and built to last beyond a lifetime. Their designs are timeless and sustainable, both in process and aesthetic.
MAKER STORY: Les Few
Sophisticated and Warm, Minimal and Refined, Pure and Functional. Based in New York City, the Swedish born Eva Eklof started her line of beautiful objects called Les Few as an ode to Swedish Design, with an edge of New York sensibility. Her latest collection called Armance is made of brass, wood, and leather pieces which are finely crafted in Sweden. I love the way these textures come together, utilizing Swedish brass, which is hand shaped by expert metal smiths, then creating perfectly fit leather pieces to add a soft, lived in feel. The idea for the leather accents came from the old Leica camera cases, which Eva always had growing up. The leather craftsmen sew all the pieces in central Stockholm on the same edge-stitch machines that used to sew the leather camera cases for Hasselblad and Leica. Where better to handcraft these pieces for the line then in the leather workshop that still uses many of the same techniques and machinery as the original production, ensuring these boxes are as finely tuned to fit their brass tops, as the classic camera cases were to their lenses.