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Enclume 5-Tier Cookware Stand, Free Standing Pot Rack, Hammered Steel (Unassembled)

Enclume 5-Tier Cookware Stand, Free Standing Pot Rack, Hammered Steel (Unassembled)

Enclume’s 5-Tier Cookware Stand (unassembled). Features Enclume’s signature “hammered steel” finish.

Product Features

  • Display your cookware on these graceful cookware stands when ceiling or wall space isn’t available in the kitchen
  • Standing pot rack measures 12 inches wide by 14.5 inches long by 43.5 inches tall for ample cookware storage; constructed out cold riveted steel
  • Pot and pan organizer comes with 5-tiers; unique kitchen furniture that also gives you more kitchen storage space
  • Cookware organizer is well-made commercial grade and weighs 13 pounds; assembly required
  • Enclume products are expertly handcrafted by blacksmiths in Puget Sound, Washington, USA; hammered steel finish looks good in any home kitchen

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2 comments

  1. Can’t get assembled–can’t get any help from manufacturer I had an overhead Enclume pot rack in my last house and loved it. Our new house had a nice spot to use this 5-tier pot rack to display some colorful pots and pans and save some cabinet space, so I bought this and the accompanying alder wood shelves, clearly with misplaced confidence. I am following the assembly directions to the letter. The first shelf is together, not too tightly, to allow the necessary wiggle. I cannot get the second shelf to come together closely enough for the second screw…

  2. High quality materials, but minor assembly difficulty. Generally a nice stand made with high quality materials. Assembly was not too difficult, although the instructions could have been a bit more clear.My main complaint is that a few of the screw holes in the upright pieces were not drilled out completely, and thus the bolts wouldn’t go through. I had to file the holes down and then use a hammer to get the bolts in. Enclume needs to be a bit more careful in manufacturing. However, once I fixed this, the rest of the assembly went…

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