Pair Of Toast Shaped Wooden Serving Boards, Small Size

Artshed Brighton

£46.00 Delivery included

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    • Order placed
    • 29th February
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    • 4th March
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    • Standard delivery
    • 7th - 11th March


  • Recycled Materials
  • Made in UK
  • Handmade

This Valentine bundle is all about sharing the love! It includes two small, toast shaped serving boards, and a recipe card for a delicious French toast for two, with a surprise musical accompaniment. For an extra special breakfast, just follow the recipe, set the table for two, serve your French toast on your toast serving boards and scan the musical QR code to make you smile. These small versions of the Large Oak Bread Board are also perfect for serving cheeses or cake, and make food look delicious! Handmade, using solid oak that has been locally salvaged. Once cut to shape, , the boards are charred round the edges, to give the toasted look. They are then sanded and rubbed down with a natural oil. Using only salvaged wood, fire and natural oils in the making process means that these boards are also environmentally friendly.

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Two boards each 22cm x 15cm x 1.5cm,
Care instructions: Wipe with a damp cloth after use. Use minimal detergent, avoid abrasive sponges.


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Receive it by 7th - 11th March

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Founder Hayley with mucky hands from the Yakisugi charring process

Artshed Brighton

Brighton, East Sussex

Hi, I’m Hayley - a maker, obsessed with cooking, and seeing food beautifully presented.

I’ve been transforming wood, fabrics, and furniture for over 20 years, working mainly on commissions and with chefs and event designers.

Since moving to the UK in 2016, Yakisugi (or charring) has been the focus of my work.

Each item in my wooden tableware collection is designed to accentuate the colour and texture of food, as it contrasts so beautifully with the charred wood.