Sea Stones will showcase its rotating Lazy Susan, made from New Hampshire granite, at the summer Atlanta International Gift & Home Furnishings Market and the Las Vegas Market.
The company collects its granite from New Hampshire-based fabricators who provide the stone in a range of colors with no two identical, the company said.
This natural granite server is cut and finished by hand, to create a chiseled edge, in Sea Stones’ studio in southern New Hampshire. With a ball bearing incorporated into the design, the Lazy Susan is ideal for use as a hot plate (trivet); a cold plate for cheeses, appetizers, and desserts; a cutting board; a candle stand; or for any items the consumer would like to have accessible with an easy twirl.
The server has felt feet to protect furniture. The server can pre-chill in fridge or freezer to keep foods cold, or warm in ovens up to 120°F to keep things warm. It has a suggested retail of $48.