In Nautical Detail
This maple serving tray is great for serving light hors d'oeuvres and cheeses. ItÌ_å«s got stainless steel handles and strips of sapele for nice accenting. Great for dinner parties or nights in with friends.
How I Was Made
The breeze carried a coconut smell over to my cabana when I saw that the tide was coming in. I ported the SS Intrepid in Tortuga for a few days so I could recoup from the torment of the sea and sand. As the sun started to go down I saw two figures lighting a large fire on the beach. They were slowly joined by groups of dancing locals and I walked over when the sun had set.
It was a barbecue of the finest authenticity, put on by islanders with recipes over three hundred years old. As the pig roasted and the rum was poured, I realized the amount of food much outweighed the amount of plateware that had been brought to the beach. Eureka! An opportunity.
I walked into town and found a market selling wood and bought a slab of it, cleaned it, and walked back to the beach. Just as the pig was done I loaded it onto the serving tray and the presentation was something the island had never seen.
And boy how we ate.
*Every Nautical Board is tastefully engraved on the back with our logo. We love putting a prideful stamp on our handiwork!
Weight: 3.25 lbs
Weight: 4.8 lbs
Weight: 7.6 lbs
Recessed body (tray)
Carved by hand in Atlanta, GA
316-grade stainless steel handles
American maple and sapele