Serving Tray / Cheese Board in Solid Teak by Kay Bojesen

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Give a legendary Danish artisan a slab of Siamese teak, and he'll do something wonderful with it. This old Kay Bojesen handled serving tray is distinguished by a beautifully formed and carved handle that makes it a tactile delight to carry around as you offer morsels of Tomme de Savoie to your guests. In beautiful, possibly unused condition. Stamped " KAY BOJESEN / DENMARK" on reverse.
 

Details

  • Condition
    Excellent
  • Dimensions
    2 in. H x 16 in. W x 10.5 in. D
    5 cm H x 41 cm W x 27 cm D
  • Seller Location
    Los Angeles, CA
  • Number of Items
    1
  • Reference Number
    LU80918664183
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Located in Los Angeles, CA

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  • 20th Century Specialists

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