Rush Trivet
Rush Trivet
Rush Trivet
Rush Trivet
Rush Trivet
Rush Trivet
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Rush Trivet

Traditional Craft

Rush Trivet

Rush Trivet

Regular price $16 USD
Regular price Sale price $16 USD
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Simple and unassuming, these traditional Japanese rush trivets are designed to protect your table while simultaneously presenting dishes with understated elegance. With a satisfying organic texture and light weight, they are a pleasure to use.

Naturally heat-resistant, pair with donabe, hot pots, or any other cooking vessel that sits suspended within these natural fiber halos. Each has a small loop of rush attached for hanging.

Trivets should not be washed.

Simple rush construction makes for an entirely natural and biodegradable product.

Also comes in Windmill Palm.

Designed and made in Japan.

Pictured with small Rikyu Tokusa Donabe on medium sized trivet.

Materials

• Rush (Juncus)

Dimensions

• Small measures 5.5" outer diameter and comfortably holds an 8 oz. Chemex or other similarly sized round-bottomed vessel
• Medium measures 6.5" outer diameter and comfortably holds a small donabe
• Large measures 9.5" outer diameter and comfortably holds a medium or large donabe

Shipping & Returns

Most orders are packed and shipped out via USPS or UPS within 2 business days.

Average transit time is 2-7 business days.

Tracking number and updates are automatically sent to the email associated with your order.

If you wish to initiate a return, please contact us at hello@housework.store within 7 days of receipt.

Returned items must be received in original unused condition in order to qualify for a refund.

Made-to-order, food, body care, and vintage items are all final sale products and cannot be canceled or returned.

See our Shipping & Returns page for more details.

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