A-Maze-ing Chocolate Server

Give your box of chocolates the sweet treatment with this conversational server.
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Uncommon Collection

$48.00 $ 29.99

featured in the uncommon collection

Choc Party

This sophisticated maple server features a carved maze that makes for attractive arranging. The compartment-- covered with a removable, chocolate-hued lid-- allows for convenient wrapper disposal, keeping your display elegant and fresh. Made in Dorset, Vermont.

Chocolate not included.

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Learn how the A-Maze-ing Chocolate Server went from concept to creation (and see the versions left on the cutting room floor).

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Made in Vermont

Exclusively for UncommonGoods

Each item in the Uncommon Collection meets five important standards. Here's how A-Maze-ing Chocolate Server qualified for the Collection:

Original Design

The A-Maze-ing Chocolate Server elevates the serving presentation of fine chocolates. The carved maze provides an easy, attractive way to arrange individual chocolates and has visual appeal even as guests take their picks. The built-in side compartment with removable chocolate-toned lid provides a container for guests to discard their chocolate wrappers, making for an elegant, self-contained serving experience from beginning to end.

Responsible Business Practices

mission statement

J.K. Adams wants to put their products in the hands of every person who is passionate about their kitchen, about the food they make, and about the connections made while entertaining with good food and good friends. They design and produce products that are exceptional in function, aesthetic, and quality, and will always stand by them with a full 100% replacement guarantee. They continually work to prove that a well-run company with committed, customer-focused employees can grow and prosper by producing high-quality products in an environmentally and socially responsible manner in the United States.


fair wage

J.K. Adams pays employees a starting wage of $12/hr., which exceeds Bennington County's living wage.

- Local (Vermont State) minimum wage: $10
- Federal minimum wage: $7.25
- Living wage of Bennington County: $10.18


paid time off

All full time employees receive 9 paid holidays and earn PTO based on years of service, from 1 to 4 weeks. They also receive 3 paid personal days off per year, available on January 1st and to be used within the calendar year.


recycling primary/secondary materials

J.K. Adams recycles all of its primary material (wood). All of their scrap and by-product pieces of wood are collected and burned in one of two wood-burning furnaces, which in turn reduces their dependence on fossil fuels. The sawdust they generate is collected in two 20-foot containers and sold to local dairy farms.


charitable giving

J.K. Adams has a long history of supporting local charities. These non-profit organizations include their local library, an organization focused on their local forests, a local theater, and organizations focused on numerous health and educational issues. In 2014, they provided these organizations with financial and product donations for events and auctions totaling $10,000.

The company supports local farmers and producers. During the summer months, a local farm operates a produce stand two days a week from in front of their building, and in the winter, they host the Sunday Dorset Farmers Market in their manufacturing facility


Environmentally Friendly Materials

Maple and walnut plywood with mdf core.

Resourceful Packaging

The A-Maze-ing Chocolate Server is packaged in a partially recycled and recyclable/compostable corrugated box, with partially recycled and recyclable/ compostable paper fill.

Exclusivity

There's one place—and only one place—where you'll find the A-Maze-ing Chocolate Server: UncommonGoods.

Exclusive Made in the USA
Made from
maple, walnut plywood with mdf core
Measurements
12" L x 8" W x 1" H
Care
Wash with warm soapy water and dry immediately. For long term care, apply mineral oil or beeswax wood conditioner every few months.

Help condition and preserve your board with mineral oil.
Item ID
42294

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will ship the same day and arrive 1 business day later.

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5.0

Fun & Unique Gift!

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from Chicago, IL

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Pros

  • Creative & Functional
  • High Quality Material

Cons

    Best Uses

    • Dinner Parties
    • Everyday
    • Holidays
    • Special Occasions

    Comments about UncommonGoods A-Maze-ing Chocolate Server:

    Perfect gift for the entertainer in your life "who has everything". Good quality and very stylish.

     
    5.0

    Such a fun gift

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    from San Diego, CA

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    Pros

    • Brilliant Finish
    • Creative & Functional
    • Easy To Use
    • High Quality Material

    Cons

      Best Uses

      • Everyday
      • Holidays
      • Special Occasions

      Comments about UncommonGoods A-Maze-ing Chocolate Server:

      Gift to my son for Father's Day
      Disappointed because there were no
      instructions on how to use

       
      4.0

      Yes!

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      from MD

      Pros

      • High Quality Material

      Cons

        Best Uses

        • Dinner Parties
        • Holidays

        Comments about UncommonGoods A-Maze-ing Chocolate Server:

        We don't know what the right side with the three square holes are for?

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