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Item No. 810531

Fionia Teak Tray

$179.00
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Item No. 810531

Fionia Teak Tray

$179.00
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Teak
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  • An elegant serving tray suitable for use indoors or out.
  • Crafted from teak, a strong and durable wood.
  • A perfect companion for the Fiona Folding Stool.
  • 2.36" H 13.78" W 20.08" D
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Designed by Jens Quistgaard for Skagerak
Fionia Teak Tray
$179.00
Serving up a lesson in material honesty — The Fiona Teak Tray is suitable for use just about anywhere indoors or out. Known for blending both stainless and enameled steel with warm teak wood, Danish sculptor and designer Jens Quistgaard achieved consistently elegant pieces for the home that were defined by their functionality.
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Best known as a founder and principle designer for Dansk tableware, Jens Quistgaard was renowned for his innovative use of untraditional materials. Like all teak, his Fiona Teak Tray (1985) will develop a rich, silvery patina over time, or it can be treated with teak oil to maintain its original luster. Leaving it outside for long periods in inclement weather is not recommended. Made in Thailand.
  • An elegant serving tray suitable for use indoors or out.
  • Crafted from teak, a strong and durable wood.
  • A perfect companion for the Fiona Folding Stool.
Brand Skagerak
General Dimensions
  • 2.36" H 13.78" W 20.08" D
Box Dimensions
  • 14" H 8" W 10" D
Assembly Comes fully assembled
Warranty
DWR honors a one (1) year warranty on all products. Brand-specific warranties may extend to longer periods.

Fionia Teak Tray

  • Height (in): 2.36
  • Width (in): 13.78
  • Depth (in): 20.08
  • Untreated teak

Jens Quistgaard

With the introduction of his first products in the 1950s, industrial designer Jens Quistgaard was instrumental in bringing Danish Modern to midcentury American homes, and in the process, he transformed the way we look at housewares.

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Care & Maintenance

Caring for Teak

Left to weather naturally outdoors, unfinished teak will gradually change color to a soft silver-grey as pigments in the surface layer begin to fade. We recommend allowing teak furniture to weather naturally in that way, and simply cleaning it thoroughly once or twice a year. If left in shade for long periods, teak will retain surface moisture and eventually develop mildew. Do not allow mildew to remain for extended periods. Remove mildew with teak cleaner, available at local hardware stores. Use a soft bristle brush to help with cleaning. Rinse thoroughly after cleaning and place furniture in a sunny area to dry.

Never use a power washer to clean teak. If you wish to retain the gold-brown color of new teak, apply a teak sealer. Sealing your teak furniture will not affect its strength or longevity, only its appearance. Once you seal teak furniture, you will need to regularly reseal it to provide continuous protection. Sealing also voids the one-year DWR warranty.

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