Japanese Wood Board | Small | Oak
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Japanese Wood Board | Small
A beautiful serving tray made from oak planks. Delightfully simple and a perfect food tray for serving tapas, charcuterie, cheese or Danish pastry. The Japanese Wood Board is available in two sizes and is (along the Setomono Stoneware Series) a part of our new tableware collection. We are delighted being able to bring you wooden trays and boards, cutlery, plates and everyday tableware for the modern interior.
34 L x 14,5 W x 2,5 H cm
Japanese Wood Board is a beautiful and simple tray with a Nordic and minimalistic look. A perfect tapas serving tray for charcuterie or cheese not to mention that it is ideal when used to serve fresh fruit or a classic piece of danish pastry. The board stands on two oak surfaces elevating the main cutting (or serving) surface from the table. We love the way that the two different directions of the oak planks meet in this design; when the main surface of the board comes together with the legs. It gives the food board a floating or hoovering expression and makes it easy to lift up from the table when serving. Please look into our Setomono tableware to find cups, plate and containers that easily will go along with these Japanese inspired oak serving boards. Use this food board when serving creative cocktails and delicious appetizers on a versatile serving tray.
If you are arranging hors d'oeuvres and desserts on a larger scale please use our large Japanese Wood Board when serving and get that classic yet modern feeling going. Only having a few guests over - the small one is perfect for that occasion.
Oak trays from Kristina Dam Studio - wonderfully simple. The products are not dishwasher, microwave or oven safe. The oak wood is oiled treated and food safe for all food types up to 50°C. Made from FSC certified wood.
Kristina Dam Design Studio offers a variety of accessories, furniture and lighting. Every single product is manufactured within the European Union from genuine materials. All products designed in Copenhagen, Denmark by architect Kristina Dam.