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The Mercantile Collection: Antipasto Platter in Iceberg

SKU# ICED033

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Regular Price: $55.00

Sale: $44.00

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Antipasto Platter / Iceberg

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Long and narrow, yet deep enough to hold plenty for a crowd this Antipasto Tray is the perfect piece to use when planned, or unexpected company, shows up.

Antipasto, which literally means “before the meal” and is the traditional first course of a formal Italian dinner. It is something that is relatively easy to put together, but will have quite an impact when presented on this tray.

A combination of small bites of tasty food, usually accompanied by wine and meant to stimulate the appetite before digging into the main meal, Antipasto plates are a colorful offering of marinated vegetables, salty olives, rustic artisan breads, natural deli meats, small bites of seafood delicacies and rich cheeses.

This Antipasto Platter pairs nicely with the 4 and 16 ounce bowls for dip.

Dimensions: 20” x 7.75” x 1”

Due to the unique nature of our products, dimensions listed may not be exact.

Stoneware can be safely used in the oven, microwave, dishwasher, refrigerator and freezer. It is recommended that Stoneware be placed in a non-heated oven and allowed to come to temperature during pre-heating. Remember to allow pieces from the oven and dishwasher to cool before refrigerating. Likewise, you should allow refrigerated piece to return to room temperature before washing or baking. As with any stoneware item, extreme and sudden variation in temperature may cause cracking or breakage.

At the end of the party, elbow grease isn’t needed as Stoneware is easy to wipe clean.

Stoneware is naturally resilient resisting scratches and fading. Safe with wood, nylon and metal utensils, as superficial marks from silverware can be cleaned up with silver polish or cooktop cleaner.

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