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  • $150
    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. 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 apartment living and small corners. Heavy-duty hammered-steel grid and frame, protected by a durable wax finish.
  • $270
    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.
  • $190$710
    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.
  • $260$325
    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.