KNYCK Napkin holder, black


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Show that you care about your guests by putting out napkins for them. KNYCK makes it easy to refill, keep napkins in place and take one at a time.

Article Number800.454.48

Product details

Metal ball keeps napkins in place.

Metal ball keeps napkins in place.


IKEA of Sweden

Article Number800.454.48
  • Suitable for napkins in sizes 13x13" and 15x15".

  • Material
    Stainless steel
    Aluminum, Clear lacquer

    Wipe clean with a damp cloth.


Length: 9 "

Width: 9 "

Height: 2 "

  • KNYCKArticle Number800.454.48

    Width: 8 ¾ "

    Height: 2 "

    Length: 8 ¾ "

    Weight: 11 oz

    Package(s): 1


Beautiful, simple , I lovedYOENIABeautiful, simple , I loved ❤5
StylishjenniferI love this napkin hold5
Cute Napkin HolderJenice C.I love this napkin holder! It is cute and looks fancy in my kitchen.5
Classic and stylishSHANAWonderful product - only complaint is that it Works with larger (ikea) napkins moreso than the rear size you purchase at grocery store.4
Contemporary Napkin HolderSONIAIf you like a modern looking napkin holder then this one is for you. It’s unique contemporary design can hold a very large quantity of napkins and this design looks really cool wherever it’s displayed when you’re entertaining. Easy to assemble and great value.5
PerfectNuyorker1This napkin holder has been around for years. This is my 5th one purchased. Luv it, great for outdoor use on a windy day.5
AttractiveNana4Bought this as a small gift that can be used with any decor. Attractive and durable!5
Morgan MIt really caught my eye in the store.4
Great helpHavanese loverThis is such a clever design to keep napkins from flying all over in the wind.4
Stylish and cuteBdayI've seen this, my nephew has one. I decided, I wanted one, so I finally got it. I liked it because it's stylish, cute, practical. The only thing I would recommend about this product is that you use the larger square napkins, the ball falls off of a pile of the smaller, luncheon type napkins. But the ball does hold them down in a breeze. Love it.5
Love the look!zorijI gave 4 stars only because the metal ball was scratched top and bottom and I didn't like that for a new item. I will be exchanging it because I love the way it looks. The only thing is you can't tell if it's damaged until you open the box. Also if you pull a napkin out the ball slides to the side so you have to hold it in place for those who think that might be an issue.4
Very chick ! And funQuila StarKeeps napkins in place so useful looks great with any color of napkins5
Napkin HolderQueen womanI often purchase your dinner napkins, so when I saw the napkin holder I immediately thought perfect match. I’m loving the napkin holder.5
So neat!ChrisF225Bought this on impulse. I did have a napkin holder from Ikea that was purchased about 4 years ago. It was clear acrylic and was going cloudy. This holder is so neat. It is practical and is so easy to extract napkins from without really disturbing the others Great value for the money.5
As a gift !!mirik57I give this as a gift..they love it5
Love it!MbcubedI’ve had this for over a month and I’m so glad I bought it. I love the large napkins but they would flop over the upright holders. Now they maintain shape and the holder looks great on my table top!5
Asia1305Love it! Great design. First all napkins size.5
Love the idealamchopI bought 2 of them to use outside for my wedding. The weight seems heavy enough to hold napkins down in case of wind. We will see...They will look nice on the buffet table.4
Love the design!Cdles1211Love the simple, modern design. The FANTASTISK napkins are perfect for this holder. Only gave it four stars for quality because I feel the bottom portion could be a bit heftier - It is light weight, little cheap looking, but you do not notice that when there are napkins in the holder.5
Great product for years!!AJTLWe bought this years ago to keep our napkins under control on our dining table. When we leave the screens open in the summer, our napkins don't blow away. It looks nice and was so inexpensive! Our daughter is able to use it without any issues. We light the weight of this piece, as well!5

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What is aluminium?

After iron, aluminum is the world's most used metal and has a very wide range of uses. It’s easy to shape and lightweight, but is still strong and durable. In our range we use it for things such as kitchen utensils, curtain rods and tealight cups. A big advantage with aluminum is that it can be recycled again and again without losing its quality. Recycling consumes only a fraction of the energy required to produce aluminum from new raw materials.