The Sōshoku Tray | Raised Tray
The Sōshoku Tray | Raised Tray
The Sōshoku Tray | Raised Tray
The Sōshoku Tray | Raised Tray
The Sōshoku Tray | Raised Tray
The Sōshoku Tray | Raised Tray
The Sōshoku Tray | Raised Tray

The Sōshoku Tray | Raised Tray

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THE HAUS OF STONE COLLECTION.

THE Sōshoku TRAY 

The Raised Tray is inspired by traditional Japanese Serving Trays, commonly made from wood or bamboo. The Japanese Serving Tray has inspired us to stay true to its form while adding a slight twist - Concrete. 

The Sōshoku Tray -
Derived from the Japanese word Decorative
The Decorative Tray

While this product is inspired by the traditional Japanese Serving Tray, this product is made by us for decorative purposes only. -
The Sōshoku Tray. 

Dimensions:

  • L278mm x W182mm xH42.5mm

** This product is made for decorative purposes only. While food items can be served on the tray, please avoid any products that can cause any intense stains. 

Care:

Concrete is an extremely strong material yet will shatter if dropped onto a hard surface and corners can be chipped if care is not taken. Even though our products are sealed with a waterproofing sealent, DO NOT ADD TO DISHWASHER. Use a lightly damp cloth only if necessary. 

 

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