ALART Aluminum ZEN Sayagata Patterns Serving Tray
Enjoy the modern and stylish beauty of aluminum with the organic feel of wood with this serving tray from ALART. The serving trays from the ZEN series express the beauty of Japanese patterns on the beautiful metallic surface of aluminum. The ends of the tray are crafted in an artful manner with uncoated natural beech wood.
The tray is approximately 38cm (15in) in length and can be used to elegantly serve confectionaries or small tea cakes at tea parties. It will also work well as a tray to plate sushi or h'orderves at a dinner party.
"Sayagata" is one of the auspicious patterns meaning prosperity and longevity of a family. It is a diagonal overlay of the Sanskrit character for Manji (Buddhist cross).
Six round urethane rubbers are attached to the back side of the aluminum tray to prevent slipping, scratches on the table, and for easy handling of the tray.
ALART is a brand created by Marushin Kinzoku Kogyo, a company based in Ashikaga City, Tochigi Prefecture, in 1976. With their long experience of processing aluminum, the company pursued the possibilities of this highly versatile material and created various items from tableware to home decor items. They hope that their products will convey the passion and dedication of all those involved in the manufacturing process. They also hope that their products can assist people to connect with one another. Enjoy high-quality craftsmanship and unique creativity with items from ALART.
- Quantity: 1
- Dimension: 38.5cm(15.1n) x 11.5cm(4.5in) x H2cm(0.8in)
- Material: Aluminum, Beech Wood
- Origin: Made in Japan
- Brand: ALART
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ALART is a brand created by Marushin Kinzoku Kogyo in 1947, when the company began a new search. The brand pursues the possibilities of aluminum based on the concepts of original ideas that break free from stereotypes, design that enhances the creativity of the user, and creative craftsmanship.View more ALART items
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