Freestanding Book Holder

Item Code: 7EN-CBFS2

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The Freestanding Book Holder is the perfect gift for the busy chef. It is designed to hold a recipe book open to the desired page, leaving both hands free for chopping, mixing, and other cooking tasks. It also eliminates the need for turning pages with sticky fingers, keeping your cookbooks looking new. The Freestanding Book Holder can be placed on any flat surface. A simple loop at the bottom holds it open. This piece comes in Enclume's signature hammered steel, which is finished to a rich distressed patina and covered with a high-density scratch-resistant coating that preserves its natural iron beauty. The Book Holder measures 10" Long x 11" Deep x 6" High.

Product note: This hammered steel product cleans in a jiffy due to the fact that it's coated with an industrial acrylicjust wipe with a damp cloth, dry thoroughly, and touch up with floor wax.
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  • Color: Natural Iron
  • Size: 10" Long x 11" Deep x 6" High
  • Construction Material: Steel
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Enclume has created heirloom-quality products for the kitchen for over 30 years. Each piece is handmade by skilled craftsmen on traditional French metal-forming equipment. Quality inspections are completed after every step of the manufacturing process. Each piece is hand wrapped to ensure that you receive your item in pristine condition. Enclume quality products add style, grace, and an organizational heart to your kitchen, hearth, and home.

Brand Enclume
Model CBFS2
Made In USA
Shipping Weight (lbs) 2.0000
Actual Weight (lbs) 2
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