Sleek and teak. This beautiful Danish Modern wood tray by Selandia Designs is what is known as a bread butler. The bread is sliced on the slatted inner tray and the crumbs fall to the bottom tray keeping the table clean. An elegant way to have a crusty baguette served at your next dinner party.
The outside tray measures 18" long by 10" wide and it is 1 1/4" high with inner tray. The inner slatted tray measures 14 3/4" long by 9 1/4" wide. One small chip in the outer tray edge as seen in photo 3 and barely visible knife cuts in the slatted tray. Otherwise in good vintage condition. Made in Thailand.
Helpful hint to keep the wood looking nice - wipe off with a clean damp cloth, then condition with a little butcher block oil after drying. Do not immerse in water.
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