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Angled Pot Rack

  • $140$200
    This streamlined rack holds cookware in a single line, providing impressive display while keeping pots and pans within easy reach of the cook. Designed to hold the heaviest pots and pans, the rack is hand forged in the Pacific Northwest by the master craftsmen at Enclume, Americas leading manufacturer of cooking racks since 1973. Ideal for narrow kitchens or kitchens with low ceilings. Made of rugged hammered steel, protected by a durable wax finish. Angled pot hooks allow cookware pieces to nest together.
  • $550
    An impressive way to showcase your cookware collection, this hammered-steel rack has an open-center design for mounting around a lighting fixture or skylight. Master craftsmen in the Pacific Northwest forge each rack, using traditional French metal-forming tools. Heavy-duty hammered-steel grid and frame, protected by a durable wax finish. 6 straight pot hooks hang cookware facing outward. 12 angled pot hooks allow cookware pieces to nest together. 20 1/2" high (from ceiling to bottom of pot hook).
  • $275$340
    Store your favorite cookware the way restaurant chefs doon a sturdy overhead rack that provides instant access to just the pot or pan you need. Our rack is hand forged in the Pacific Northwest by the master craftsmen at Enclume, Americas leading manufacturer of cooking racks since 1973. Ideal for kitchens with low ceilings.         Heavy-duty hammered-steel grid and frame, protected by a durable wax finish. 6 straight pot hooks hang cookware facing outward.
  • $26
    Create more hanging space for your cookware collection by adding these hooks to your Enclume hammered-steel pot rack. Space-saving angled design allows cookware pieces to nest together. Sturdy enough to hold large, heavy pots and pans. For use with all Enclume hammered-steel pot racks. 4 1/2" long. Set of 6.
  • $490
    Perfect for low ceilings (or tall cooks), this rack holds as many pots and pans as Enclumes bestselling oval rack, but has a lower profile. Designed to hold the heaviest cookware, the rack is hand forged in the Pacific Northwest by the master craftsmen at Enclume, Americas leading manufacturer of cooking racks since 1973. Heavy-duty hammered-steel grid and frame, protected by a durable wax finish. 6 straight pot hooks hang cookware facing outward.
  • $540$1,590
    Chefs rely on overhead racks like this one to keep cookware organized and within easy reach. This commercial-quality rack is hand forged in the Pacific Northwest by the master craftsmen at Enclume, Americas leading manufacturer of cooking racks since 1973. Oval shape increases the racks capacity with additional hanging space. Heavy-duty metal grid and frame. Includes straight hooks for positioning cookware to face outward. Includes angled hooks for nesting pots and pans.
  • $610$1,750
    Professional chefs rely on overhead racks like this one to keep cookware organized and within easy reach. Available in hammered steel or chrome, the rack is forged using traditional French metalworking equipment by the master craftsmen at Enclume, Americas leading manufacturer of cooking racks since 1973. Heavy-duty grid and frame, protected by a durable wax finish. 6 straight pot hooks hang cookware facing outward. 12 angled pot hooks allow cookware pieces to nest together. Mounting hardware included.
  • $280
    Mounted to a wall, this sturdy grid does double duty: as a shelf for cookbooks, baskets or bakeware and as a pot rack with cookware suspended below. Master craftsmen in the Pacific Northwest forge each rack using traditional French metal-forming tools. Heavy-duty hammered-steel grid and frame, protected by a durable wax finish. 12 angled pot hooks allow cookware pieces to nest together. Mounting hardware included. Rack: 36" x 13" x 17" high overall. Hooks: 4 1/2" long.
  • $200$780
    Mounted to a wall, the sturdy grid does double duty: as a shelf for cookbooks, baskets or bakeware, and as a pot rack with cookware suspended below. Master craftsmen in the Pacific Northwest forge each rack, using traditional French metal-forming tools. Heavy-duty metal grid and frame. 12 angled pot hooks allow cookware pieces to nest together. 36" Shelf 36" x 9" x 13 1/2" high overall. Hooks: 4 1/2" long. Mounting hardware included.