The natural characteristics of slate make each Vermont Slate Cheese Server a one-of-a-kind creation.
There is a unique beauty to each Vermont Slate Cheese Server. Slate is a natural material, with each piece having its own characteristics. In the process of shaping slate, lines and veins are exposed. There may also be variations in color and texture, giving each cheese server its own personality.
The Vermont Slate Cheese Server was hand-crafted by local artisans using slate quarried from the mountains of Vermont. Slate deposits began forming more than 400 million years ago during the compression process of fine ocean sediment turning into stone, and forming the rich tones and color variations we find in slate today.
Slate servers just seem to showcase a cheese selection better than most surfaces. The rich charcoal grey tones, unique grain and texture, and natural edges make this cheese server a favorite and the perfect backdrop for a selection of your favorite artisan cheeses. Each slate cheese server measures 12″ square and has cork “feet” in each corner. It makes a beautiful housewarming gift, or a great gift for the new bride and groom.
To clean the slate server, simply wipe with a damp cloth. It should not be immersed in water or put in the dishwasher or microwave. It is not intended as a cutting board. For further information, visit J. K. Adams online.