I am an iron doorstop. I believe that a door should stand ajar, to welcome in all the great opportunities and experiences of the world. So when that cordial spirit arises, you know exactly where to place me. Come on in, you’re always welcome!
Finding an object to hold open a door can be quite the burden unless you have a doorstop handy. Sure there are many things that can do the trick, but this Tetu doorstop inspired by river stones is something special. Made from Nambu cast iron, a material used since the middle of the 17th century in Japan, it is heavyweight and smooth. Makes for an elegant first impression and can even double as a paperweight… an extra bonus!
Cast Iron Door Stopper was curated by Stevenson Aung
Designer: Makoto Koizumi
Dimensions: 3.15” (w) x 3.50” (l) x 1.80” (h) or 80mm (w) x 89mm (l) x 46mm (h)
Weight: 2.87 lbs or 1.30 kg
Materials: Nambu Cast Iron
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