Use this traditional black walnut tray for breakfasts in bed and ease in entertaining. The deep rim will keep coffee and toast in place when carrying the tray to the bedroom, or several glasses stable when offering up cocktails at a party. The rich grain of the black walnut makes it natural to display this tray on the countertop or coffee table.
Wash the tray with warm soapy water, and wipe it down right away. Do not place in dishwasher. For maintenance, you can wipe down the tray with a dab of corn oil on a paper towel whenever it starts to look dry or pale. This can be done once every few weeks or as often as needed to preserve the wood's luster.
These serving trays were designed and made by a Scottish engineer who fell in love with Vermont and made it his home. A longtime wood hobbyist, he made his first cutting board in 1967, and the piece still gets daily use in his kitchen to this very day. Working as an independent craftsman for a number of years, the maker gradually fine-tuned the techniques and construction of wooden bowl styles, wooden tableware and other kitchenware items. With a growing reputation and increasing sales, he expanded his solo operation to open a factory. He currently employs eight full-time and four part-time craftsmen. Some of them have been with him for over 25 years, woodturning and witnessing the growth of this small business.
Black walnut serving tray for easy entertaining and breakfasts in bed. 20" long, with 1" rim. Made in Vermont since 1967. (more info)
20" long x 12" wide (50 x 30 cm)
1" rim (2.5 cm)
Weighs 3 lbs. (1.4 kg)
- Serve breakfest in bed or bring a tray of drinks to a party
- Made in Vermont by a team of artisans
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