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April 19, 2009

Pipiro Extendable Oven-to-Table Dish Holder



Designed by Donato D'Urbino and Paulo Lomazzi.

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Pipiro Extendable Oven-to-Table Dish Holder

Functionality and precision movement.

The extendable function allows it to fulfill two key requisites: it can be adapted to all types, sizes and shapes of oven-to-table dishes (round, oval, square and rectangular), and it saves a notable amount of space when stored.

The heat-resistant melamine handles can be rotated thanks to a friction joint (3, below), which allows you to keep the handle in an open position.

To open the holder, the arms of the pantograph were hinged at the center and connected using a rivet (4).

The feet (5) are produced from thermosetting material and are an extension of the handle supports at the four angles of the pantograph.

An important fifth central foot is intergrated with the pantograph's rotating pivot.

20"W x 7.5"L x 4.8"H.




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See! See! More trivet mania. Old design though; I have one buried in a box which belonged to my grandmother.

Posted by: jim` | Apr 20, 2009 11:25:45 AM

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