Oji Masanori brass tool holder - small
This smaller tool holder is made of solid brass and is the perfect caddy for chopsticks, cutlery, or pencils.
We like to use ours as a coffee caddy, putting in our wooden coffee spoons, and chopsticks for stirring our bodum.
The brass tool holder is made of solid sand cast brass which leaves a rough crude texture, and is lined with water resistant tin.
The bottom of the tool holder is silicone so it won't damage your counter.
diameter 7 x H10.5cm
Futagami is located in Toyama – Takaoka City, a city known for its brass statues. it is one of the oldest Brass casting companies in Japan. Masanori Oji joined a workshop at Futagami to learn more about the process of casting brass after he had the idea to design a brass bottle opener. Upon completion of the workshop Masanori proposed to design a line of living wares for Futagami. The collection won an award from “Interior Lifestyle Tokyo” later that year.
Brass is an alloy of copper and zinc. Masanori Oji’s brass products are produced using the “sand cast” technique, a raw form of casting that leaves a unique sand-like texture on the surface. Some of the products are then polished or hammered depending on the desired texture.
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