Tyler Morris Woodworking has been making the finest wood serving trays available since 1998.
The serving tray has been finished with lacquer. Use a damp cloth to clean and then dry. Do not place the tray in a sink full of water. You may apply furniture polish, like Pledge, about once a month. Furniture polish protects against wear because it reduces friction, so objects tend to slide over the surface rather than digging into it. It also increases the sheen and makes the wood appear richer. If properly maintained, your serving tray will remain in service for a very long time.
They consider this to be the classic serving tray design, however theirs are made with the highest craftsmanship and artistry. They make their trays in batches of 200.
Made in a 3-person wood shop in Fort Collins, Colorado, this Tyler Morris Woodworking Serving Tray is the highest quality. The outside dimensions are 14" X 20". It is meticulously sanded and then finished with three coats of satin, clear lacquer, which enables easy clean up of inevitable spills.
Walnut serving tray: Solid American black walnut with Peruvian walnut and maple corner splines. The tray's bottom is solid walnut veneer on a 1/4" MDF substrate.
Maple serving tray: Solid American maple with Peruvian walnut corner splines. The tray's bottom is solid maple veneer on a 1/4" MDF substrate.
Red oak serving tray: Solid American red oak with Peruvian walnut corner splines. The tray's bottom is solid red oak veneer on a 1/4" MDF substrate.
Cherry serving tray. Solid American black cherry with Peruvian walnut and maple corner splines. The tray's bottom is solid cherry veneer on a 1/4" MDF substrate
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