Le Creuset 5-Tier Cast-Iron Cookware Stand
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- 5-tier triangular cookware stand tucks into a corner to bring practical flair to any kitchen
- Sturdy cast-iron construction with beautiful black-enameled surface and rounded finials
- Decorative shelves can be adjusted to accommodate items of different heights
- Open design offers lightweight portability; includes instructions for easy assembly; made in France
- Measures approximately 15.5 IN 10.5 IN 35.0 IN
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Heavy-duty cast iron cookware stand features 5 adjustable shelves that hold pots, bowls, utensils, teakettles, cookbooks and more. Attractive space-saving stand rests on the floor or a kitchen or pantry countertop. Constructed of durable cast iron and stands 35"H with all shelves. Some assembly required. Made in France.
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The support columns are held together by plastic components and headless bolts.
After assembling the stand, I lifted it up by holding onto the middle shelf, and what do you know, the columns lifted right off their plastic holders.
I am very disappointed in Le Creuset for selling this rickety thing. I love Le Creuset cookware and bakeware. I had no idea that they would dare to make such a shoddy structure and then sell it at a list price of over $400.
Included in the package is a plastic "wire-tie-esque" anchor for anchoring the shelf to a wall. But there's no screw for that included so you better have your own screw.
The cast iron shelves have some extra iron tips at the 90 degree corners, as if to say "This used to be a really sturdy shelf structure until we decided to cheapen it out and use sheet metal and plastic columns, but hey--we've already spent the money on the shelf molds that have these little tips for the old cast iron column support structure, so let's just keep making the shelves the same old way."
The cast iron shelves have a lip on the bottom. To prevent damage to your floor, you would want to install the bottom shelf upside down (i.e., turn the "Le Cruset" brand name to the floor).
Pay attention to the measurements. The shelves may be smaller and divider columns may be shorter than you would think.
I returned this item because in the product description, there was no mention of the plastic and non-cast-iron columns that are critical to the support structure. I wish I had read Paulina's review in more detail before I purchased this item in the first place.