These products are made using natural pieces of stone and will have their own unique charm which includes; different colourings, divots, veins, rustic edges and movement in the marble.
The boards are resistant to heat but sadly not stains, like with most other serving products, if heavy staining products such as tea bags, red wine, red sauces, turmeric (spices) etc. are left on for a period of time they may cause staining. Providing spills are wiped up in a reasonable time frame – they will not cause a lasting stain.
You may use light knife work on the boards, but as with any other product over a period of time there may be marks from cutting .
Putting your platter in direct sunlight for long periods of time may cause discolouring or changes to the marble.
Coasters are ‘bumpered’ to avoid damage to your surfaces and are not dishwasher safe.
10cm x 10cm
Handmade in Great Britain exclusively for ‘Friends of Joules’
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About Kate of Kensington
From a cosy London apartment, Kate began making the foundations of what we have all come to know and love as the brand, Kate of Kensington. Creating homemade gifts for friends and family, to securing positions at local craft fairs, Kate of Kensington has grown and blossomed into a well-respected household name. Since 2012, Kate has been a firm favourite at the world famous Apple Market in Covent Garden where the business still resides today, never forgetting their humble beginnings. Still finding her feet in the world of marble meets the masses, Kate met many wonderful likeminded people who gave her the courage to make the jump into manufacturing unique platters on a grander scale. Today, Kate of Kensington has a permanent home in the beautiful English countryside making it the perfect setting to inspire an abundance of hand painted designs from their quirky creative team. Kate of Kensington is now a growing family of kindred spirits, with aspirations to encompass fresh and vibrant products for the coming years to surprise and delight our customers.