Collecting, cleaning, displaying, researching, and appreciating TRIVETS and related go-withs!
As of May 15, 2020 there are 121 blog posts.
My blog Trivetology is a shared archive of items from my personal collections. I hope you’ll find the images and information both interesting and useful. Although many of these trivets have appeared in my two books, I’ve added additional information, photos and insights gained since the time of publication. You’ll also find blog posts describing new acquisitions to my ever-evolving collection.
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Occasionally I’ll tweak a blog post in the first few days after publication, so be sure to review the prior post once again when the next one is published.
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However, I always appreciate any comments, additional information, questions or suggestions you might have. I’ll occasionally add a reader’s information to a blog post in the form of a Comment or Update.
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5/15/20: SS stand with swivel strap handle
3/02/20: GUOOF ~ a rare Oddfellow variant
2/02/19: Trivets and stands with patents
1/25/20: The PEO Sisterhood Trivet
1/25/20, 1/21/20 and 11/05/19: The fabulous fly trivet
1/08/20 and 12/03/19: Cinderella collectibles
10/14/19: Robert Emig Products, Reading, PA
7/16/19: The Quick Meal advertising stand
5/07/19, 6/26/18 and 4/29/17: Celebrating Virginia Metalcrafters
3/26/19: “Ned the dog” trivet
7/16/18: “Bonzo The Dog” trivets
2/01/17 and 11/01/16: Rookwood rook trivet
9/28/16 and 6/16/16: Harrison Ditzler & Company acorn “trivet”
8/05/16: A & W Mfg. Co. sad iron heater