A tray with a twist.
The design on the surface of these wooden trays is so pretty, we're reluctant to cover it up. But we do, because it's just a useful serving tool for anything from cocktails to flatware.
The designer carefully decorates each tray with hand-drawn pencil lines, then finishes it with a drawing sealant and an acrylic coat to set the graphite design. It's a technique we hadn't seen, and we love how detailed the end result is. Due to the wood finish, it's best to not serve food directly from the wood.
Sourced from: The Vintage Vogue
Wipe clean with a lint or slightly damp cloth. The tray is sealed with a drawing sealant, then coated with a polyurethane/acrylic coat. The graphite will not rub, smear or transfer. Because of the finish, these are better used for decorative purposes than dining.
Standard Shipping: Ships out within 3 business days.
Additional Shipping Information: Cannot be shipped to U.S. Territories or P.O.Box/APO/FPO/DPO addresses.
Note: Additional charges apply for shipments to Alaska and Hawaii.
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