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Knork Storage Tray/Flatware Organizer, large, Weathered Gray

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Knork Storage Tray/Flatware Organizer, large, Weathered Gray

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Product description

Knork new large solid wood flatware storage in Weathered Gray. Holds a service for 14 + extras (accessories, steak knives). dimensions 14 1/2" x 18". includes compartments for standard flatware + steak knives and extras. Each solid wood tray is Handcrafted by a husband and wife team in Alabama, independent box works. 14 5/8" x 18"


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Knork Storage Tray/Flatware Organizer, large, Weathered Gray

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