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Grey Stone Serving Board

Perfect for a modern kitchen, the Grey Stone Serving Board is handcrafted from marble and wood by artisans working with Asha Handicrafts. Meaning "hope" in Sanskrit, Asha Handicrafts is an Indian fair trade organization that has been working to promote the social and economic development of artisans throughout India for more than 40 years. Asha works with more than 50 producer groups and more than 1,200 makers across India, ensuring that men and women working in this traditional craft receive equal pay for equal work.


  • Grey marble and babool wood; jute cord
  • Rectangular oval shape: 12.5L x 9W x 0.5 inches thick; The grey marble portion of the board: 8.5L x 9W inches; The babool wood portion of the board: 4L x 9W inches
  • A 1.25D hole is carved out of the stone with a 0.25 thick jute cord is looped through and knotted. Cord measure 5.25L inches, end to end when looped & knotted.
  • Due to its handcrafted nature, shape and stone color will vary slightly from picture.

SKU: 6803840


A fair trade organization, Asha represents more than 6,500 artisans in 10 states of India. The association’s name, meaning "hope" in Sanskrit, represents its goal to sustain the marketing ability of individual and family–based artisans. A not–for–profit organization, Asha works to ensure that benefits of handicraft production reach the craftspeople themselves. Asha promotes sustainability and helps eliminate producer debt through direct purchases and advance payments. Producer benefits include educational assistance for children, medical checkups and treatment, a health center at Saharanpur, savings programs for artisans and spouses, nonformal education projects and relief–related social projects. Ten Thousand Villages has purchased products from Asha since 1976.

Welcome to our global maker-to-market movement where, together with 20,000 artisans, we ignite social change. We create opportunities for individuals, families, and communities in developing countries to thrive through strong relationships, fair wages, safe working conditions, and sustainable practices.