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Tray Chic - Cheese and Party Slate Serving Tray, Cheese Board, Custom Serving Platter, Slate: Wedding Gift, Housewarming Gift

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The Cheese and Party Slate Serving Tray is my latest eco-friendly project. All of these 14"x10" slate roofing tiles were #Reclaimed from Denver, CO at a historical 1917 home that I renovated. Serve your cheese right on the Slate & mark the different types of cheeses right on the slate with a piece of chalk. Great for serving any charcuterie also! Of course it also makes a beautiful serving tray for tasty baked treats, festive cocktails, afternoon tea or morning coffee & breakfast in bed! It's a multi-use item, that is just the right size to display on the counter. It also has rubber feet to protect surfaces and stop sliding. All Slate trays are a beautiful gray to match with any decor. You choose the handle color to match your kitchen, dining or the jewelry you wear! Makes a fabulous gift! {note: does not come with chalk}

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Tray Chic - Cheese and Party Slate Serving Tray, Cheese Board, Custom Serving Platter, Slate: Wedding Gift, Housewarming Gift

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$44.99

Overview

  • Handmade item
  • Materials: slate, chrome, rose gold, bronze, oil rubbed, reclaimed, repurposed, eco friendly, handmade, reused, drawer pulls, rubber pads
  • Favorited by: 4 people
  • Gift message available

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