Hot and Cold Soapstone Serving Platter

Keep hors d'oeuvres cold or hot with this sleek soapstone platter, nestled in a handsome wooden caddy.


Steven Chavez and Justin English created by

Steven Chavez and Justin English

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The Perfect Pair

This divided platter by Steven Chavez and Justin English takes full advantage of the incredible thermal properties of soapstone to keep your culinary complements prepared at the perfect temperature. Place the first soapstone platter in the freezer, and the second in the oven to serve up decadent pumpkin pie and ice cream, or a savory quiche and fruit. Once your dishes are prepared to their desired temperatures, the wood caddy protects the platters (and your table) and incorporates handles for carrying. The natural color variations and marbling of soapstone make each platter unique, and they may be heated or chilled to any desired temperature. Made in the USA.

Due to the handmade nature of this item, each is unique and will vary.


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Steven Chavez and Justin English

created by

Steven Chavez and Justin English



About 80% of all soapstone quarried is deemed waste or scrap material. In an effort to regain control of this waste and turn it into something useful, Steven Chavez and Justin English set out to clean up the quarries and find a purpose for the discarded stone.

Soapstone is one of the most effective natural materials on earth for conducting and retaining temperature, so Steven and Justin turned to these natural properties to handcraft a beautiful line of soapstone kitchen and barware. They've recently expanded into stainless steel, bringing the same level of sophisticated design and utility to entertaining ware. Their company is based in Denver, where the majority of the products are handcrafted.

Handmade Exclusive Made in the USA
Made from
soapstone, American ash wood
Each Platter: 7.5" L x 7.5" W
Wooden Caddy: 18.5" L x 9" W
8 lbs.
Soapstone is dishwasher safe. Do not submerge wooden carrier into water; wipe clean with a cloth.

It takes about 1 hour for the stone to fully freeze; if you’re just wanting it to be chilled, 30 minutes would suffice. It begins heating up immediately when placed in an oven. After 20-30 minutes, it is extremely hot and ready to bake on (can be heated up to 500 degrees).

Handle the stone with care; do not use the stone as a cutting board, as any knife will leave a scratch.

Once chilled or heated, the stone will stay cold or warm for approximately 45 minutes.
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