Fitzwater Serving Board

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  • Wood, cast iron, food-safe finish
  • Wipe clean with damp cloth
  • 18"L, 12"W
  • Handmade in USA
  • Style #: 25679911
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Rated 5 out of 5 by Can't say enough good things about this product!! Let's start with the obvious, this product is beyond aesthetically pleasing. The natural variation in the wood makes each of these truly unique. I never would have thought that I would end up using this product as frequently as I do. For mornings, I can slice fruit directly on the board and then proceed to load it up with a pot of tea and cups, and maybe a croissant or two; Breakfast in bed has just gotten a whole lot easier as the board balances with ease. And for evening entertaining, this cutting board pulls double duty as the perfect serving platter. The size is perfect for various raw veggies or cheese, crackers, olives, and prosciutto. Yum! Oh! And maintainance of this beauty is a breeze! A simple rubbing of some olive oil will keep it food safe and looking beautiful. One of these just isn't enough for me. I will be buying more indefintiely and I'm going to start giving them as gifts. Thank you Anthropologie for always carrying such inspired products!! September 29, 2012
Rated 1 out of 5 by Awful! I thought I could use this as a serving tray and cutting board. However, the wood does not hold up to be a cutting board. One of the end handles also came off!! DO NOT BUY! November 3, 2012
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How to Measure

Bust

Measure under your arms at the fuller part of your bust. Keep tape level across your shoulder blades.

Natural Waist

Measure around your natural waistline, keeping the tape comfortably loose.

Drop Waist

Measure around your body 1 1/2" below your natural waist.

Hips

Stand with your feet together and measure around the fullest part of your hips.

Inseam

Using a pair of your pants that fit well, measure from crotch seam to bottom of leg.

Rings

Wrap a length of string around your finger and mark where the end touches. Measure the distance between the end of the string and the mark you've made to determine what size to order.

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