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Sparq Home SPARQ Home Soapstone Serving Slab - 10.5x13.75”

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About Sparq Home SPARQ Home Soapstone Serving Slab - 10.5x13.75”

Overstock. Add an earthy, natural touch to your home with SPARQ Home's soapstone serving slab, a thick-cut natural piece of soapstone that looks great on the dining table, and makes a perfect decoration when not in use.


Specs about Sparq Home SPARQ Home Soapstone Serving Slab - 10.5x13.75”

  • Weight: 12 lb. 6.4 oz.
  • Material: Soapstone
  • Height: 1.75"
  • Length: 13.75"
  • Width: 10.5"
  • Dishwasher safe: Yes
  • Made in Mexico
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5.000000 5 Overall Rating: 5 Based on 4 reviews

Most Helpful 5-Star Review

Naturally irregular and beautiful.
Reviewed by Not at Home Mom from Arlington, VA on Monday, February 5, 2018
Even though the serving slab is substantial, it arrived safely packaged and undamaged. It is not a standard rectangle. It's a bit of an angular, irregular shape--which adds to its sophisticated elegance. The top surface is buttery smooth, contrasting deeply to its unfinished sides. It claims to be ... Read More
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  • “Hello — how are the legs attached to the slab? I'd like to place this in the oven and get it up to 350ºF or so; will the legs fall off?”
    Asked by NowWeCookin from Upstate New York on 2/6/2018 7:32:03 AM
    • The 1" legs are connected to the base using glue, from what I can tell. I just went to the SPARQ Home website. This Denver, Colorado, company may be able to answer your question directly. I just inquired about the possibility of heating the serving slab and will try to update this response.
      Answered on 2/6/2018 8:20:07 AM by Not at Home Mom from Arlington, VA