Brass and Walnut Rail Trivet
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Cover your tracks.
Trivets are undervalued: We cover them with scorching casseroles, then remove them from the dinner table to hide away in dark drawers. No longer. Cofield’s walnut and brass track trivet is pretty enough to leave on the table long after dinner has been cleared, and like a railroad, it begs to be expanded. Line the trivets end-to-end to create a longer heat-resistant track for your table setting.
Photography by Bobbi Lin
Details & Materials -
Brass and walnut
10" x 6" x 0.625"
Care & Notes -
The brass will naturally become darker in color overtime, but feel free to wipe with a soft, slightly damp cloth after use to slow this process.
Meet the Maker
Brooklyn , NY
Cofield is a product design studio founded by Sara Ebert and Jason Pfaeffle, who meet while studying industrial design at Pratt Institute. Their collaboration is driven by exploring the relationships between material, process and story. A theme underlying much of their work is the pairing of unlikely elements, such as raw and refined, or traditional and modern.View Full Profile
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