Kinto’s Baum Serving Boards are the perfect sizes for both dishing up and serving appetizers on, as well as being great cheese boards. The round hole design makes it easy to hold the board, as well as enabling it to be hung on the wall when not in use. , There are four sizes to choose from.
Small serving board: Height: 1.8cm Width: 23cm x Depth: 18cm
Medium serving board: Height: 1.8cm Width: 29cm x Depth: 13cm
Large serving board: Height: 1.8cm Width: 30cm x Depth: 23cm
Tall serving board: Height: 1.8cm Width: 38cm x Depth: 16.5cm
Materials & Finishes
Maple wood serving boards can safely be wiped and washed by hand with water. Soaking is, however, not recommended.
Year of Design
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Noriyuki Shirasu, the leader of color.inc, a creative group. He takes part in processes, spanning from product development to graphic design, in a three-dimensional fashion to tell a single story.
His concept is narrative creation based on the importance of happy links between society and things, rather than just pleasant relationships between people and objects.
Founded in Shiga, Japan, Kinto create fresh and unique kitchen and tableware with a Japanese viewpoint throughout the year. It is their principle to offer the life-long design, which stands close to our daily lives.