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  4. Magnet Trivet 18cm White Hard Maple×Gray (wooden trivet)

Magnet Trivet 18cm White Hard Maple×Gray (wooden trivet)

Magnet Trivet 18cm White Hard Maple×Gray (wooden trivet)

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5,000 JPY
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  • Product characteristics
    【Material】 Trivet: Natural wood (White Hard Maple),
    vernished with special fluid glass
    Logo plate: Cast-iron (enamelled)
    【Dim.】diameter 16×height 2.1㎝(1cm= 0.4in)
    【Country of production】Japan (made by Aichi Dobby Ltd.)
    【Heat resistance】150℃(302ºF)
  • ※Because it is made from natural material, knot and grain differ with every item.
    ※Depending on temperature and humidity, this product may warp and/or gap may appear.

A sophisticated trivet with embedded magnets made from natural wood and designed to perfectly fit the Vermicular pot.

Designed to perfectly fit to Vermicular

It is simply designed with sophisticated edges. Place the Vermicular on the trivet so they’ll merge into one single new beautiful object.

Innovative features to fix and remove easily

As its name suggests, not only do the embedded magnets cling firmly to the pot, but due to our independently developed design it can be easily removed without handling, by a little inclination of the pot.

Natural wood for a warm look and touch

We are using Black Walnut and White Hard Maple coming from American sustainable forests. These broadleaf trees are also said to contribute capturing, and thus reducing, carbon dioxide contained in the atmosphere.

8 tones of enameled cast-iron logo plate

The lovely logo plate is made from the same enameled cast-iron as the Vermicular. It is available in 8 tones to enjoy color coordination with the pot.

Made in Japan craftsmanship

The cutting, polishing and coating of the wood, but also the manufacturing of the enameled cast-iron logo plate, it is all made by our craftsmen at Aichi Dobby’s factory in Japan.