Eco Puzzle Tray
Art & Fable believes that beautiful (and practical) trays should sit alongside your spectacular puzzles.
This is why we love these trays!
- PRACTICAL DESIGN: The rounded corner design of these rectangular trays adds a soft and pleasant edge yet allows for maximum use of the tray surface area for sorting. We prefer a rectangular tray as we like to sort in nice neat lines! The depth of the tray is just deep enough to allow you to pile up pieces for your initial color sort, but not too deep that you can't easily grab them off the tray.
- BEAUTIFUL: We think the natural look of bamboo is more likely to match your home interior than plastic trays. And when you are not puzzling, you can certainly serve tea and cookies on them!
- ECO-FRIENDLY & LONG LASTING: Our trays are made from one laminated piece of carved out bamboo. Because of this they are pretty much indestructible and will not need replacing. Bamboo grows fast and easily, without pesticides or irrigation, and so it is the eco choice over wood and plastic.
- CAT SAFE: Our trays have features your cats will not like, but we puzzlers just love! They are not too heavy, but heavy enough that cats can't push them over when they are stacked together. The trays will interlock even when you have 3 layers of pieces spread out on them, keeping the cats at bay at the outset of your puzzle sorting activity.
Crafted from sustainably harvested bamboo, this large rectangular serving tray is the perfect accesory to your puzzle table.
- Size: 8" x 12" rectangle bamboo serving tray
- These serving trays stack up nicely to store or display
- USDA Certified Biobased
- Lightweight and more durable than wood
- Naturally stain-resistant and anti-microbial
- Natural food-safe oil finish
- Hand wash for longer life
- Recommend Bamboo and Wood Grain Finishing Oil to keep your bamboo beautiful for years to come
- Made in China by a staff of about 30 of which most are women and all are local residents and earning a fair living wage. Fair labor practices are followed and migrant workers are not employed.