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10 Easy Pieces: Round Wood Trays

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10 Easy Pieces: Round Wood Trays

August 7, 2019

I don’t have much of a bar going, just three bottles of special aperitifs, but the other day I noticed that the collection looks a little sad. It’s not because of its modest proportions but because the bottles are standing there without a tray. See, a bar is not a bar without a great round wood tray. With it, bottles of liqueur are chic. Without it, they resemble a dorm room display (not chic). The realization led me down a path of wood tray research; here is the best of what I found.

The Nickey Kehoe Round Wooden Trays are handmade of oak in Los Angeles and come in sizes Small ($375), Medium ($500), and Large ($650).
Above: The Nickey Kehoe Round Wooden Trays are handmade of oak in Los Angeles and come in sizes Small ($375), Medium ($500), and Large ($650).
The Skagerak VE
Above: The Skagerak VE2 Nordic Tray comes in two sizes and sits with small rubber feet to protect surfaces; 695-1,195ddk ($104-$179 USD) at Skagerak.
First spotted in one of Margaret Howell&#8
Above: First spotted in one of Margaret Howell’s stores in Paris, the Asaf Tolskovsky Concetric Trays are made of birch plywood; £20-£37 each at the Tate Shop.
Designed by Hans Bolling for BRDR Kruger, the Serving Tray Model 50 comes in natural Beech, Oak, or Walnut veneer; $9 at Danish Design Store.
Above: Designed by Hans Bolling for BRDR Kruger, the Serving Tray Model 50 comes in natural Beech, Oak, or Walnut veneer; $279 at Danish Design Store.
The Hasami Porcelain Round Trays in Ash Wood comes in a range of sizes—5
Above: The Hasami Porcelain Round Trays in Ash Wood comes in a range of sizes—5 2/3 Inch7 1/3 Inch8 2/3 Inch, 10 Inch11 3/4 Inch—for $36 to $125 each at Need Supply.
The Ryuji Mitani Round Rimmed Plate is made in Matsumoto, Japan and can be used as a plate or small tray; $0 at Nalata Nalata.
Above: The Ryuji Mitani Round Rimmed Plate is made in Matsumoto, Japan and can be used as a plate or small tray; $150 at Nalata Nalata.
Bay Area artist Silvia Song makes the Bleached White Oak Platters that range from $0 to $350 at March.
Above: Bay Area artist Silvia Song makes the Bleached White Oak Platters that range from $180 to $350 at March.
Designer Michaël Verheyden makes the Aperitivo Round Serving Trays in oiled oak for $0 to $
Above: Designer Michaël Verheyden makes the Aperitivo Round Serving Trays in oiled oak for $160 to $218 at Luminaire.
The Masahi Ifuji Tray in Cherry is .5 inches in diameter for $0 at Makié.
Above: The Masahi Ifuji Tray in Cherry is 10.5 inches in diameter for $200 at Makié.
The Bengt & Lotta Wood Large Round Tray in laminated oak is $5
Above: The Bengt & Lotta Wood Large Round Tray in laminated oak is $52 at Fjørn Scandinavian.

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