Add a touch of Aboriginal decor to your kitchen with this Inukshuk Trivet! Made of recycled glass and heat resistant to 340F, these trivets are meant to hold boiling pots yet will still maintain their beauty over the years. There is a hole to hang the trivet as an art piece while not in use and protective felt dots on the back prevent them from scratching fine surfaces.
The traditional meaning of the inukshuk is "Someone was here" or "You are on the right path."
Made by Panabo in Vancouver, British Columbia.
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