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Prepare for oohs and aahs at your next Zoom happy hour or fancified family meal with this striking teak-and-cement platter made in Ghana—perfect for serving up crudités or mini cupcakes.

Food Network www.foodnetwork.com

Take your entertaining game to the next level! Designed by Studio Badge, a Black-owned, woman-owned business, these food-safe platters are crafted from Ghanaian teak wood and hand-cast concrete in Ghana, West Africa. Since each platter is handmade, no two are exactly the same, so you'll add something extra-special and totally unique to your serveware collection

apartment therapy

Oprah says to "be prepared for oohs and aahs" because these Ghana-made wood and concrete platters are seriously stunning

Kitchn

Handmade in Ghana by local craftsmen, this gorgeous platter doubles as art for the kitchen. It's perfect for serving mouth-watering appetizers, displaying an enticing cheese plate, or even showing pretty condiment bottles on the countertop

Delish www.delish.com

Just because you're making a cheese board for one doesn't mean it can't look good. These serving platters from Studio Badge will make your charcuterie chic