Handmade Twist Trivet
You could set your piping hot dish on a towel (home cooks are resourceful, after all), or go for something that weaves together stoneware and unusual design patterns. This little trivet coils up for a stylish way to protect surfaces—but it’ll also look artful resting atop a stack of napkins or as a conversation piece on a shelf or mantel.
Photography by Ty Mecham, Rocky Luten
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