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large oak serving board with handle

Housesteads ~ Sharing Platter

Preisab 95,00£

Add the wow factor to your night in with friends with the Housesteads Sharing Platter. A perfect way to show off your home cooking! The platter has a round over bottom edge and a cove top edge. The handle is rounded over on both the top and bottom edge, you'll also find a router finger hold at the base of the board for easy lifting off a flat table surface.


  • Solid Oak
  • Hand Made
  • Personalised option


Check out our personalised fonts and the Sharing Platter specific images below.

  • Size

    Length - 900mm

    Width - 200mm

    Height - 20mm


    All sizes may vary slightly due to the nature of making hand made products.

  • Personalise

    Personalising an item is a great way to make your gift extra special and show a loved one how much you care.

  • The Hadrian Collection

    The Housesteads Sharing Platter is big and impressive just like its namesake. Housesteads Roman Fort or Vercovicium as it was known is situated about halfway along Hadrians Wall. It is known to have garrisoned the First Cohort of Tungrians, an infantry regiment of 800 men (a Cohort) from late 2nd to the 4th century AD. It is also home to the oldest toilets you'll ever see!

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Personalised Font and Image gallery.

Some woods are better suited for laser engraving than others. For that reason not all of my products can be laser engraved.  The same piece of wood can also show varying results of engraving from the laser burn due to the woods grain, density, moisture content, knots and blemishes etc. Any small areas of an image that does not appear to be engraved is not a fault but due to the wood itself.

Product Colour

As wood is a natural product it will have natural colour and grain variations. This also applies when oiling or staining wood meaning the same species of wood may have colour variations from piece to piece. Please bare this in mind when purchasing.

Another thing to take into account is that when viewing a wood colour finish online, is that everyone’s monitor/phone/tablet screen will have a different colour calibration meaning the same photograph of a product can have very different colour outcomes.

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