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Banana Tree – John Truex

February 2, 2010

A simple tree for hanging fruit. The base is polished stainless cut in a slightly irregular shape with a beveled edge and the tree can be cast or lathed and welded.

Cake Stand v2 – John Truex

February 2, 2010

-Cake stand with clear dome.

-Cake stand with gradient mirror-clear dome.

Plate is milled nylon with a chamfered edge and a groove to position the dome.

The platter and dome can be used and stored without the stand. The bottom surface of the plate is angled to lift the edge slightly from the table surface.

Platter with mirror gradient dome.

The cake stand is shipped/stored as three pieces plus the dome. The central post is turned on a lathe and the ends are threaded to attach to the base plate and platter. The bottom of the platter has a stainless steel insert to act as a base when the platter is used alone and to accept the threads of the post.

Cornbread Pan : John Truex

November 14, 2009

Sand mold cast in iron, this cornbread pan is an updated implement for cooking a traditional American southern food staple.

Tulip Base Cake Stand : John Truex

November 14, 2009

 

A Saarinen Tulip Table, made in miniature in spun stainless steel, is displayed along with your cake in a blown glass bell jar. Cake stand dimensions 10″ high by 14″ diameter.

Branch Trivet : John Truex

November 14, 2009

 

Branch trivet is welded from 1″ diameter stainless steel bar. It is part of a series of trivets made from solid stock material with minimal manipulation, highlighting the weight and intrinsic value of the material while providing a flexible base for serving hot casseroles and allowing pans to cool.

Ring Trivet : John Truex

November 14, 2009

 

Ring Trivet is a 8″ diameter circle forged from 1″ stainless steel bar. It is part of a series of trivets made from solid stock material with minimal manipulation, highlighting the weight and intrinsic value of the material while providing a flexible base for serving hot casseroles and allowing pans to cool.

Log Trivet : John Truex

November 14, 2009

Log trivet consists of two machined solid stainless steel bars, each 1.25″ in diameter by 10″ long. A flat surface is machined into the bottom of each bar to create a resting point. It is part of a series of trivets made from solid stock material with minimal manipulation, highlighting the weight and intrinsic value of the material while providing a flexible base for serving hot casseroles and allowing pans to cool.