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Braun Brooks
The Quality is Top of the Top.

This serving board is truly a conversation starter. This limited-edition of 48 cutting boards make it even more special. Thank you!

I want to personally thank you for all the support. - JSPC

Anthony Bourdain Glass Serving Board

$59.00

Introducing a masterpiece by Wanton, The Street Artist, this limited edition glass serving board is truly one-of-a-kind. With only 48 ever created, it's an exclusive addition to any kitchen, adding a touch of character and sophistication.

Crafted from durable tempered glass, this serving board is built to last, ensuring countless memorable meals and delightful gatherings for years to come. Its robust material guarantees longevity, allowing you to prepare a wide array of delicious dishes confidently.

But it's not just about durability – this serving board is designed to elevate your culinary experience. The textured surface provides the perfect chopping, slicing, and dicing area, ensuring precision and ease in the kitchen. Whether a seasoned chef or an aspiring home cook, this board will be your trusty companion, effortlessly helping you create culinary delights.

Beyond its functionality, this glass serving board is a true work of art. Wanton, The Street Artist, has poured his creativity into this piece, making it a captivating conversation starter. Imagine the delight of your guests as they feast their eyes on this rare masterpiece while enjoying your fantastic finger foods.

Take advantage of the opportunity to own this exceptional piece of kitchenware. It's not just a serving board; it's a statement of style, craftsmanship, and individuality. 

INSPIRATION // FROM THE LEGEND HIMSELF:

"Maybe that's enlightenment enough: to know that there is no final resting place of the mind, no moment of smug clarity. Perhaps wisdom ... is realizing how small I am, and unwise, and how far I have yet to go."

"Cooking is a craft, I like to think, and a good cook is a craftsman -- not an artist. There's nothing wrong with that: The great cathedrals of Europe were built by craftsmen -- though not designed by them. Practicing your craft in expert fashion is noble, honorable, and satisfying." - Anthony Bourdain.

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