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Trivets

steel
created 2007

A man of many talents, Kevin has quite a knack in the kitchen, too. He has a way at the stove and on the grill, and baking is a specialty.

So it was only natural that he create a few pieces for the kitchen. Each piece has cork pads to protect tabletops and counters. From top left, clockwise ....


ON THE VINE
Steel, .5" x 5" x 8"

This smaller trivet is perfect for an 8" square pan, fitting in well with vegetable dishes or a bowl of fresh fruit for the table.


FLOYD THE FLOUNDER
Steel, .5" x 9" x 3"

Floyd is a big boy, big enough to hold a large casserole. He has a more diminutive cousin (not pictured), Aunt Chovy. At .5" x 5.5" x 9.5" and just 1-1/2 pounds, she works well with smaller dishes.


FLOWERPOWER
Steel, .5" x 6" x 8"

Perfect for a warm loaf of bread (making it "FlourPower"?), this trivet will also easily accommodate an 8x8 pan.


TWIXEL
Steel, .5" x 7" x 14"

A cross between a pretzel and a twister, this slender yet long trivet will hold an oversized casserole dish.


FIRST SUPPER
Steel, .5" x 6" x 12"

Adam and Eve's first dish was a fresh apple, and that's what our friend offers here. This trivet is long and strong enough to accommodate a 13" pan.

YERTLE
Steel, 1" x 7" x 11"

This Yertle might not live in the pond like his namesake (the Yertle the Turtle of Dr. Seuss fame), but he's king of the table. He can take large and small dishes on his sturdy frame.


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