Our best selling tray ever, Atelier Marble Decorative Tray with Birds is so beautifully crafted. With two rustic golden birds and silver twigs nestling around natural white marble slab, this tray charms all who sees it.
Great as a display tray for your accessories and makeup, or as a dessert serving tray for dainty cup cakes and an array of sauces in little bowls.
Style: Contrasting nature-influenced design on rustic gold makes its an eye-catching focal point
Function: Decorative tray that is versatile as a display tray or as a dessert tray for outstanding presentation during dinner parties
Experience: Add a touch of abstract art on an entryway sideboard for a modern luxury home decor
Product Material and Care
Material: Natural round marble slab perched on iron twigs in rustic gold and silver finish
Finish: Iron twigs in rustic gold and silver finish. Expect slight variations to the finish.
Care: Wipe only with soft dry cloth
Variance: Despite every effort to provide accurate images of each product’s colour and design, actual colours and design may vary slightly, due to different device screen settings, the lighting in the installation location, slight differences in product finishes over time and other factors.
Dimension ≈ L43cm x W25cm x H15cm
Note: Dimensions provided are approximate (≈) and the final product dimensions may exhibit a tolerance +/- 2-5% variance, and is by no means considered a defect.
Before you make a purchase, please understand that marble blocks are products of nature and natural fractures are common but not defects. Marble reaching the market come from mountains that are many years of age and any inherent fractures and crack lines are a part of the natural character of the stone.
Marble is a product of nature and no two pieces are exactly alike. As a natural product they are prone to variations in color, flow, grain, tonality, veining, shade and texture. Natural fractures and crack lines existing in your stone are intrinsic, which actually adds to the beauty, history and charm of the material.
Fractures and natural crack lines are sometimes treated with liquid epoxy, but only when artisans consider it absolutely necessary, wherever possible, such fractures and crack lines are left in their natural state for its beauty.