Food52 Cake Stand, by AHeirloom
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For us, inspired by us.
Among the many beautiful details in our office, some of our favorites are the curvy, swoopy pendant lamps that hang above the marble island in our test kitchen. Amy Stringer-Mowat, one half of the husband-and-wife duo behind AHeirloom, feels the same way: After visiting the office for our inaugural Maker's Conference she was so taken with their graceful shape that she used them as inspiration for an exclusive-to-Food52 cake stand! Because every star (this banana cake, for instance) needs amazing supporting players (a stand in smooth, creamy corian and rich walnut or maple wood).
Photography by Rocky Luten and Mark Weinberg
Details & Materials -
Brooklyn, New York
Walnut or maple with corian top
Base is 3.5" in diameter, top plate is 10" in diameter. Stand is 5" H.
Care & Notes -
To care for your stand and maintain its finish, simply rub the wood base with mineral oil or wood conditioner from time to time. The solid acrylic surfaces can be cleaned with soap and water. Please note: when using the cake stand for a larger, heavier cake, please remember to hold the base for added stability.
Meet the Maker
Brooklyn based husband and wife, Amy Stringer-Mowat and Bill Mowat, made their first cutting boards for their wedding. It is rumored that the groom was actually finishing the boards on the day of the wedding! The two wanted a personalized and sentimental way to display cheese, and came up with state-shaped cutting boards for each of their home states (Michigan and Connecticut), with hearts on their hometowns. Delightfully, the enterprise has grown to include all manner of kitchen tools.View Full Profile
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