The Signature cookbook stand has been designed to help you to work cleanly and efficiently in the kitchen, with whatever recipe format you choose. The stand securely and safely holds open a recipe book or supports a tablet or mobile device in place, and also comes with magnets to hold sheets of paper.
Within a year of being launched, the Signature cookbook stand had won both the Excellence in Housewares: Excellence in Homewares Award (2014) and the Chicago Athenaeum Good Design Award for excellence in design (2014).
The Signature Cookbook Stand is made up of only two parts, making it easy to assemble for use or to unassemble for storage on a cookbook shelf or in a cupboard. The clear arm can be positioned vertically to firmly hold cookbook pages open, and the stand is adjustable to hold different sizes of book at the most suitable angle. With the arm folded flat, it creates a secure rest for any sized tablet. Two movable magnets are included, for customers to hold single sheet recipes or thin booklets in place.
Part of the Signature kitchen collection, which includes kitchen knives, scissors, utensils, kitchen accessories, kitchen storage and textiles. Each piece has been designed to bring order to your kitchen, with storage and display ideas that will blend the satisfaction of a tidy space with a welcome sense of calm.
The Signature cookbook and tablet stand is made from stainless steel with an ABS base.
Width: 280mmp>Length: 180mm
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The Signature cookbook & tablet stand has a 10 Year Guarantee.
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Designing the Robert Welch way
Robert Radford Welch MBE, RDI was one of the most respected British designers of the 20th century. He believed that everyone should be able to use beautifully designed products in everyday life. After training as a silversmith at the Royal College of Art in London, he specialised in design for stainless steel, establishing a company in his own name in 1955.
Today, the company works to ensure its rich legacy remains an inspiration to the design team, whilst continuing to innovate in terms of technique and technology.