Ski Pole Condiment Holder

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Item details

Handmade

Materials

ski, ski pole

Impress your dinner guests with this condiment holder made from a ski pole and ski. The ketchup and mustard bottles (not included) are kept in place by a series of pegs made from the ski binding brakes. (The ski pole is a composite Rossignol pole.) To keep it from skidding around, there are small rubber bumps added to the bottom of the ski.

Fun for keeping your favorite condiments organized while reminding you of all the fun you've had on the slopes.

Red Rossi is made from a Head Mad-Trix Mojo ski.
The blue Rossi is made from an Atomic ski.

The blue Rossi version includes a set of salt and pepper shakers made from ski poles. The top is removable for refilling.

Approximately 16-inches tall, 10-inches long.

If you'd like something custom for holding particular sized bottles, please contact me.

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From Lynnwood, WA
Returns and exchanges accepted

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Brian Geppert

Brian Geppert

Lynnwood, Washington

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Reviews

5 out of 5 stars (81)
  • dolanetsy16 Sep 10, 2019
    5 out of 5 stars
    Brian could not have been more helpful, and fun to work with. He answered ever detailed question, and the product arrived within a day of the order. LOVE IT!
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  • Jodie Sandell Jun 1, 2019
    5 out of 5 stars
    How rad!!! I got to pick out the skis, and Brian put it together super quick and got it right to me. We love unique ski decor, especially when it serves a function. Now we can clean up our entry way of jackets AND it looks sweet. Thanks Brian!
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  • tierneyjhogan May 3, 2019
    5 out of 5 stars
    Turned out great - love that I could pick out the ski! Owner was on vacation when I placed the order and let me know exactly when it would be shipped! Great communication & great product!!
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