$110.00
By: Son of a Sailor

A larger version of our exclusive collaboration with Sertodo Copper, four copper shot glasses are paired with our solid walnut garnish board. Ideal for slicing a lime to pair with the perfect tequila. Board measures 5 inches by 12 inches.

SUPPLY
The Copper Shot Board is a part of our Supply collection where natural materials join our modern twists. Supply draws from sleek masculine pieces, earthy wood with a pop, and a focus on heritage. Focused around longevity, these pieces are meant to be passed from generation to generation. 

MEASUREMENTS
width: 5 in.

length: 12 in.

CARE
The Shot Board is made of solid walnut that has been oiled. We do not recommend putting this item in the dishwasher. After washing with soap and water, fully dry for best care.  To keep your wood nourished, your shot board can be oiled regularly with olive oil or butcher block oil. All are made from natural wood and each features unique variations and colorings.  Wash and dry copper shot glasses immediately to prevent spotting, though some spotting will occur over time from reactions with tap water. Copper will patina with time, which many find appealing, but can be polished to it's original shine.

Find more copper care instructions on Sertodo's website, here

Current Stock:
Gift wrapping: Options available
$110.00
By: Son of a Sailor

A larger version of our exclusive collaboration with Sertodo Copper, four copper shot glasses are paired with our solid walnut garnish board. Ideal for slicing a lime to pair with the perfect tequila. Board measures 5 inches by 12 inches.

SUPPLY
The Copper Shot Board is a part of our Supply collection where natural materials join our modern twists. Supply draws from sleek masculine pieces, earthy wood with a pop, and a focus on heritage. Focused around longevity, these pieces are meant to be passed from generation to generation. 

MEASUREMENTS
width: 5 in.

length: 12 in.

CARE
The Shot Board is made of solid walnut that has been oiled. We do not recommend putting this item in the dishwasher. After washing with soap and water, fully dry for best care.  To keep your wood nourished, your shot board can be oiled regularly with olive oil or butcher block oil. All are made from natural wood and each features unique variations and colorings.  Wash and dry copper shot glasses immediately to prevent spotting, though some spotting will occur over time from reactions with tap water. Copper will patina with time, which many find appealing, but can be polished to it's original shine.

Find more copper care instructions on Sertodo's website, here

Current Stock:
Gift wrapping: Options available