Baroque Pizza Paddle

£22.86

Baroque Pizza Paddle – These boards are a fabulous addition to any busy bar or restaurant allowing staff to serve dishes in a striking and contemporary style. Perfect for light snacks, bread, cheese, antipasti even Cream Teas! Or great for main dishes such as hearty burgers or pizzas.

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    Baroque Pizza Paddle

    These boards are a fabulous addition to any busy bar or restaurant allowing staff to serve dishes in a striking and contemporary style. Not only are the wooden serving paddles ideal for commercial service but can make a beautiful and contemporary statement within your home dinnerware collection.

    The Baroque Pizza Paddle is ideal for serving up its namesake the pizza. With the appearance of a traditional pizza peel, this wooden serving paddle offers a truly authentic pizza serving solution.

    The beveled edges of this Pizza Board offer an elegant touch to your food service. A stylish wooden serving paddle such as this is great for main dishes such as hearty burgers or pizzas.

    It can also pull together a selection of tapas, side plates and appetizers to create an attractive and practical centerpiece or sharing platter. Elevate the dishes by pairing the acacia wood paddle board with our enamel mugs, miniature table service and glassware.

    This board also makes a fabulous display board for cheese and charcuterie. The attractive grain of the wood will compliment your dishes for a premium finish.

    Each of our new rustic acacia boards is completely unique. This beautiful wood varies widely in its colour and appearance, making every piece extra special and individual. Acacia wood is eco-friendly and has many beneficial natural qualities.

    Baroque Pizza Paddle – Product Information

    • 10(H) x 305(W) x 570(D)mm
    • High quality, sustainable Acacia Wood
    • Do not soak, clean in warm soapy water and dry immediately. Not dishwasher safe.

    Baroque Pizza Paddle

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