Thursday, December 3, 2009

Carved up naturally

Such a sucker for anything made from natural resource. And in a kitchen, I’m obsessive about the juxtaposition of hard materials vs. soft materials. Nothing beats a singular bare brick wall, the smooth lines of stainless steal, and a timber floor. And then accents like these.

Made from natural charcoal slate quarried from the hills of Pennsylvania USA these beautiful serving boards are a distinctively different way to present finger-lickin’ good crudités to your guests… or as a special way to treat yourself.

Each board is hand shaped, washed and sealed – with the natural character preserved in unfinished edges… which you’d want if your platters were a million years in the making.

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