The Nassij trivet is from the stunning Images d’Orient collection. This collection was designed by Peggy Raphael Dabar in Lebanon.
The design of this trivet is inspired by carpet weaving. Carpet weaving (or nassij) is considered to be among the oldest professions in history (4400BC). Its roots come from basket making. As soon as weaving was discovered, crossing different threads created striking patterns leading to an extensive oriental trade between the Mediterranean world, China and the Indian continent through a network of roads and trails. This trade led to a blend of cultures, religions and foods.
This trivet is made from silicone and can take temperatures of 250 degrees centigrade.
Trivets measure 18 x 18cm and are washable and heat resistant.
Care instructions: Wipe with a damp cloth or wash in warm soapy water.
The trivet comes attractively gift-packed.
Team the Nassi trivet with coasters,and bottle coasters, round and rectangular placemats, soap jolders, luggage tags and key rings in the same design, or other items for the Images d’Orient collection.