Cast Iron Tape Dispenser


This sculptural tape dispenser by Japanese designer Makoto Koizumi contributes beauty and function in equal measure. Minimal yet warm, ethereal yet solid, it is made of wood and Nambu cast iron, a traditional material that dates to the 17th century. The piece is so weighty it can be used one-handed—just what you need when you’re in the middle of wrapping a package. 

Fits a roll of tape with a 3” core, tape width 1/2” (and up to 18mm wide) and overall tape roll diameter no larger than 4.5". Shown with our Copper tape, It also fits our pure Aluminum tape  as well as this masking tape and this Scotch tape

We are the exclusive retailer of this beautiful object in the US. 

4 silicon feet on the underside prevents scratching and provides a non-slip surface
Nambu cast iron and walnut
1.75" x 3.75" x 4.75"
Wheel diameter: 3” or 76mm
2.4 lbs 
Made in Japan

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These carefully chosen and crafted pieces represent a considered mix of the esoteric and the highly pragmatic. Many of these simple things reflect the hand of the artisan or the quiet genius of the inventor. They are useful in ways that are difficult to quantify but, if pressed, we would say they make life a little more efficient and a lot more beautiful.

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