Porcelain Coffee Filter Stand
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Keep coffee filters close at hand, and organized in an eye-catching way, to boot. Loose flying filters usually end up in all manner of disarray in our cabinets, so a stand that keeps them neatly together is right up our alley. The simple Japanese design stores up to 60 filters and is best for use with flat-lying filters, like those used for a Chemex.
Photography by Rocky Luten and Mark Weinberg
Details & Materials -
5.1" L x 2.4" W x 3.9" H; Holds approximately 60 filters
Care & Notes -
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Japanese home goods company Kinto appreciates the simple things in life. Their designs are informed by how you live your daily life, creating minimal, thoughtful kitchen solutions.View Full Profile
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