Colo Knife Rack
Colo Knife Rack
I have always preferred to view my knives horizontally rather than vertically. When it came time to renovating my kitchen, I called up my blacksmith Saul to design a knife holder that would best show off the lovely knife handles and the Colo Knife Rack was the result! The perfect pairing of brass & blackened steel, the rack is more than just a functional object and becomes a decorative piece in its own right.
Part of the Special Edition Smith-made range co-designed by Sibella Court and Colo Forge.
DIMENSIONS | 41cm high x 12.5cm wide x 3.8 cm deep. Due to the hand-beaten nature of this product, dimensions & form may vary slightly.
MATERIAL | brass, blackened steel & magnets
GOOD FOR | knife rack
WHERE TO USE | indoor
INSTALLATION NOTES | Comes with screws. Screws aren’t self-tapping so we recommend giving them a head start by pre-drilling. Due to the handmade nature of this product, dimensions may vary slightly and it’s recommended to measure each fitting individually before fixing. Can be installed vertically or horizontally
CARE NOTES | will age over time.
Designed in Australia, made in India
Our products are hand forged using honest & humble materials. Their imperfections, patinas and variations are intrinsic to the underlying importance of craftsmanship within India.
If the product is made from brass, it will patina & age over time. This ever-changing characteristic makes the object even more beautiful.
If the product is blackened steel, Linseed oil or Penetrol can be used to keep it rich & dark in colour. This will also prevent & remove any rust which may build up over time in coastal or wet environments. Dot a rag with Penetrol & massage into the steel for 3-5 minutes & leave to dry. We recommend a few coats over the life of the product.
If the product is crafted with raw leather, it is designed to age & darken over time. We love when the story of the user & their environment is imprinted on our products. Oxalic acid can be used to wipe down raw leather to remove any dark stains or spills. A little goes a long way!