Trivets Made from Street Signs
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Recycled Sign Cork Bost Trivets by Boris Bally
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Item #: BY-HW CBTR
If you want to spice up your kitchen with some funky and fun decor, the unique, urban deisng of the recycled cork and street sign trivet is the perfect little touch. Scrap street signs are materials ripe for the battles of this decade: their obvious environmental message; the mockery of precious materials which are symbolic of the American struggle for wealth and success; their subtle defiance of authority. Bet you didn't think such an every day item could make such a bold statement, did you?
The entire Boris Bally line of art-as-home-goods impresses us because of its uniqueness, its ingenuity and its subtle sense of humor, not mention the quality craftsmanship and striking aesthetics of the work. View the other pieces in the line, too. The Boris Bally line includes tables, chairs, coasters, platters, and much more.
Handmade in the USA (Rhode Island).
Boris Bally crafts his artwork using retired signage from the Department of Public Works. The pieces are cut, handspun and riveted re-using old aluminum traffic signs. The final aesthetic result is expressed through functional coasters and trivets. Each piece is unique, individually handcrafted and signed by the artist. Due to the nature of this artwork each piece will vary according to availability of materials. Hand crafted in Rhode Island.
Designed and manufactured in Rhode Island, these trivets are edgy, modern and certainly something your guests will want to talk about. Scrap street signs are materials ripe for the battles of this decade: their obvious environmental message; the mockery of precious materials, which are symbolic of the American struggle for wealth and success, and their subtle defiance of authority.