Laser-Cut Walnut Mosaic Trivet
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Hot for pot.
This octagonal star trivet was laser-cut from sustainable walnut wood by Michigan artist Fred Arndt. We love its careful precision and the recurring motif of snowflakes within the design. It’ll keep your tabletop safe from a hot pot, but we also think it would look great while off-duty, hanging in the kitchen or propped up on a bookshelf.
Photography by Ty Mecham, Ren Fuller
Details & Materials -
Sustainably sourced Walnut
8"L x 8"W x 0.5"H
Care & Notes -
Wipe clean with a soft rag. Never submerge in water or use harsh detergents.
Meet the Maker
Fredrick Arndt's strongly influenced by the iconic shapes and forms of the 20th century -- all of which are reflected in his metal sculptures, wall art, and other original inked artwork. The designs are sleek and structured, with a hint of playfulness. We're all about adding a dose of modernity to our kitchen.View Full Profile
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