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Buyers Guide


Which Size Should You Choose??

SQUARE SLATE PLATES

8x8 | Side/Dessert Plate

ideal for appetizer, tapas, side dishes,
bread and butter and desserts.

10x10 | Salad/Dining Plate

bring yours salads and entrees to life
against the depth of the slate.

12x12 | Charger/Large Plate

for larger fares and additional palettle
space to support your palate

RECTANGULAR SLATE PLATE

6x10 | Sushi/Dining Plate

sushi never looked so good. colors and
flavors pop in contrast to the black slate.

8x12 | Rectangle Dinner Plate

bring yours salads and entrees to life
against the depth of the slate.

SLATE CHEESE BOARDS

6x12 | Pairing Plate

the art of wine and cheese pairing unite
in one simple, yet elegant plate.

8x16 | The Original Slate Plate

our favofite slate to make an impression.
whatever you plate, it is sure to please.

12x18 | Cheese & Serving Board

ample room to spread out a wide
assortment of cheese and meat.

SLATE SERVING TRAY

6x22 | Appetizer Tray

line those appetizers up for a twenty-two
inch long cornucopia of food and fun.

10x20 | Serving Tray

perfect for partities as a serving tray, a
large place setting and more,.

12x24 | Super Slate

you’re the one who has the biggest and
best of every thing. here’s your slate.

Frequently Asked Question (FAQ)

Slate is an amazing, natural material. Formed over millions of years of heat and pressure from shale and mud. As a metamorphic stone, it is extremely hard and durable.

As a natural product, slate from various locations around the world has some variations. As you can imagine, heat and pressure in the earth's crust varies by location, depth and time period. The most dense, durable and uniformly darkest slate comes from areas in Wales and Canada. Both of these seams of slate were created together at one time, before the Atlantic ocean grew between the continents.

The density of the slate is important in the quality of the product produced for serving ware. Less dense slate is lighter in color and may tend to flake during use (not good for food quality). It is also more likely that less dense slate will create sharp edges in the final product.

Just like you wouldn't choose just any wood for a cutting board or basket, it is important that natural materials be well selected and handled and evaluated during manufacture.

The deep, dark color of our product makes lighter or brightly colored foods "pop". As a background for food service, black is sometimes much better than white or wooden serving wear.

Think of your serving ware or plates as the "frame" for your food picture. The right frame can certainly improve the painting. That is the same as for plating food. Sometimes black is just a better choice to bring out the visual qualities of the serving.

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