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Dfnqline's Reclaimed Wood Trivet is Made of Pieces of the Coney Island Boardwalk

by , 06/26/12

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From Coney Island to your table, this stylish, limited-edition trivet offers more than great design: It’s a piece of the boardwalk–and thus, of course, an iconic piece of history. Made from Ipe wood reclaimed from the Coney Island Boardwalk during its last renovation in 2010, this playful, modular design consists of 14 individual handmade wood pieces that can be separated and assembled in limitless ways, allowing you to create your own design concept and function.

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