Every table cloth can be turned into a stucco ornament by the HOT BAROCK trivet. Ornaments and patterns of centuries past can be combined into a baroque ensemble with the help of modern silicon which is protecting the table against the heat of today. It certainly is an unusual trivet. Its 5 pieces can be arranged in a way that it will always fit either big or small pots, overproof dishes, and casseroles by asuming the form of a classical rosette or any figment of one's imagination.
Philippe Tyberghien is a artists and designers French-Belgian . His career began after completing his studies in the Architecture School in Lille. He participated in many international events including the Design Biennale in Saint Etienne and clarified his style. Then he designs and sells many creations to representative brands who appreciate his work. Philippe designed many lamps, furniture and various decorative and kitchen products. In this category he offered KONSTANTIN SLAWINSKI Slawinski his coasters HOT BAROQUE. He looks for a certain...Additional information