Mandala Warming Trivet

Handcrafted in Bangladesh   |   46294
$20.00 $9.97
In Stock


A smaller rendition of our bestselling breadwarmer! This trivet is a beautiful companion for your table. When warmed in an oven, it can also keep all your dishes hot while protecting your table. Comes in a small hogla basket. Trivet features our popular mandala design. Oven safe. Not dishwasher safe. 7 1/4"dia.

Use and Care Instructions: Rinse before first use. Dry well.

To use as a warming trivet: Heat oven to 350°F. Place terracotta stone in oven and bake for 10 minutes. Do not put basket in oven.

Handling carefully after heating, place the stone in the included basket. To clean, rinse with water. Note: heating times may vary.

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Artisans in Bangladesh

About the Artisan

Your purchase provides artisans in Bangladesh much-needed employment, a fair wage, freedom from exploitation, access to healthcare and education for their children. Sales of terracotta handicrafts also benefit small-scale farmers who produce environmentally friendly jute, a key agricultural export.

Since 1981, SERRV International has partnered with artisans in Bangladesh, providing a long-term trading partnership and interest-free advance payment for our orders. Through sales... Read more...


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Keep you tea mug hot with a small hot trivet
Sep 23, 2022  |  By Karen Moe
I like to sip a hot mug of tea while working at my office comp, kept hot a lot longer with a hot trivet. Instructions say 10 min in hot oven but getting the stone wet and heating for 30 sec in a rotating microwave at 70% worked well. Putting the hot trivet in the basket requires a hot pad but the set is now easy to pick up and enjoy.

Handsome and more info is needed
Mar 12, 2021  |  By JoAnn Seaver
What I have needed from the start is assurance that it is ok to heat it after rinsing in the microwave. I have experimented and it is. How long? I have not exceeded two minutes. Also I suspect that a rinse might be better if it were prolonged into a soak. I'd like to get it hot and have it hold its heat but don't want to break it.
So, some information should be given along with the product. This goes from the smaller ones, too. I like the looks and think the idea is terrific.
Owner Response: Hi, we recommend warming these in the oven for more steady heating. Thank you!