Owning a Piece of the Past ... Priceless!
Cast Iron Trivet with Honeycomb Design and Patent Date of May 27, 1879
Newlyn Copper Repousse Crab Parlor Trivet with Wrought Iron Legs
2 Unusual Tinned Wire Trivets with Geometric Shapes; Vintage Wireware
3 Lovely Wire Trivets with Webbed Circular Designs; Vintage Wireware
About Trivets & Treasures
Our Service PledgeI appreciate your patronage and want your shopping experience to be a pleasant one! All items come from my smoke-free and pet-free home. I guarantee authenticity and condition. I respond within 24 hours to inquiries and orders, pack with the utmost care, and ship ASAP after receiving verified payment. Plus ... your purchase includes FREE INSURED SHIPPING to the USA!
About UsMy name is Lynn Rosack and I'm an incurable collector! Over the past 35 years I've been fascinated by antique and vintage trivets ... as well as fluting irons, toy sad irons, sprinkler bottles, fraternal medals and sterling silver souvenir spoons.
I've written two trivet books which were published by Collector Books: The A-Z Guide To Collecting Trivets (2004) and The Expanded A-Z Guide To Collecting Trivets (2010). I'm a member of the Antique Metalware Society and am the webmaster for PITCA (Pressing Iron & Trivet Collectors of America). Are you on Facebook? If so, you're invited to join our public group The Trivet Collectors Network! And finally, I write a curated online blog "Trivetology" that's published twice monthly on the 1st and the 15th. See "Our Favorite Links" at the right to check out these websites.
I've always taken the opportunity to upgrade to the best available examples. It's been a pleasure to be the temporary "curator" of so many wonderful trivets and other collectibles. But with retirement has come the decision to downsize, allowing many of my treasures to make their way into the collections of others. I'll be adding a variety of display worthy trivets, irons, and other collectibles weekly. Each item will be accurately described and photographed so you can purchase in confidence. Take this opportunity to add something wonderful to an existing collection ... or to become a trivet collector!
FYI: (1) Please contact me if you have any questions or need additional images. (2) Measurements are rounded to the nearest eighth of an inch. (3) Trivet height is measured from a flat surface to the top of the platform. (4) Trivet length includes the handle unless otherwise stated. (5) General dating is provided for any trivet without identifying marks, giving a range such as mid to late 1800s, early 1900s, etc.