Cast Iron Oval Trivet

Item Code: 5MM-TWI-04

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Use this Oval Basket Weave Trivet under a kettle or steamer to prevent water rings or rust spots from forming on your stove or freestanding fireplace top. Can be used in a variety of applications! Use on the stove, for putting a hot pot on the counter or dinner table, or use as a plant stand.

  • Cast iron construction
  • Decorative Basket Weave design
  • Measures: 5 3/4" Wide x 9 1/4" Long

The 5 3/4" x 9 1/4" oval cast iron lattice trivet will protect the top of your stove or free-standing fireplace from getting rust spots from a tea kettle or humidifier. Also keeps kettles or cooking pots from getting too hot. Matte black finish.

Additional Information
  • Color: Black
  • Size: 5 3/4" Wide x 9 1/4" Long
  • Construction materials: Cast Iron
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Brand Minuteman
Model TWI-04
Shipping Weight (lbs) 3.0000
Actual Weight (lbs) 2.36
Product Type Trivets
Material Cast Iron

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Customer Reviews

Posted: 12/14/2011

Reviewer: Walter K

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This trivet has a great look and a great finish. The four little feet each have a removable rubber protecter. If you plan on using this trivet on your wood burning stove, remember to remove them!

Posted: 1/28/2010


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I have to say everything including this trivet we have gotten from Northline has been the cheapest we can find it anywhere and great quality.

Posted: 10/27/2008

Reviewer: Firefighterjake

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I've run my steamer now with and without this trivet . . . I'm still not sure if I truly needed this or not . . . in either case it's attractive enough for use on the stove or for putting a hot pot on the counter. One word of advice . . . make sure you pull off the rubber feet on the trivet before you place it on the stove and fire it up a mistake I almost made.

Posted: 3/15/2008


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great value and style.
However when it made it's debut on the woodstove there was an acrid burn off smell that was a bit disconcerting. All is well now!

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