Designed by Tom Dixon
Material: Marble | Finish: Polished
Depth: 60cm Width: 14cm Height: 3cm
These grooved chopping boards and serving platters are designed to furnish kitchen counters and banqueting tables. The pattern and texture of each piece is entirely unique, depending on the block of marble it was carved from, which creates an individualistic quality in every product. Suitable for use with food. High acidity fruits such as lemon and lime should not be left for any length of time on any stone surface as the acid will eat into the surface of the marble and may leave an indentation. Hand‑wash in warm soapy water.
We offer various delivery options to ensure your orders are delivered in a style that correctly suits you. Orders can always be collected in-store. For smaller items, there is the option of delivery via DPD and for larger items, our delivery team will deliver it to you.
NOTE: ALL DELIVERY OPTIONS ARE SELECTED AT THE CHECKOUT PAGE.
Find out more about the delivery options below.
Large Items Delivery
Most large heavy items and furniture are delivered by a two-man Delivery Service.
All the large deliveries are made to a kerbside and ground floor level. If you require delivery to a different level you must advise us so we can request a quotation for the additional charges.
* Installation is not included. If you require installation we can request a quotation for the additional charges - this must be organised before your goods are released for delivery.
Our Collect In-Store Service is available on all online orders. Once items are ready for you to collect in store (at Glassdomain - 473 Dudley Road, Birmingham B18 4HE.) a member of our sales team will contact you.
Royal Mail Carriers
For smaller orders, you are able to select "Royal Mail" to have your delivery made by royal mail carriers.
As soon as your item is ready for dispatch the delivery channel chosen will be contacted and will begin the delivery process.
The customer is obliged to check the number of packages and their condition before accepting delivery and to state the appropriate formal reservations to the carrier and forwarding agent. Therefore, once the Customer has taken delivery of the goods from the carrier/forwarding agent, the Vendor shall not accept any claim concerning the number or condition of the packs.
Any complaints due to defects on any other grounds must be received within 8 days after receipt of the goods and must be made by registered letter with return receipt. Such complaints shall only be formally valid if they are made directly to the vendor. In no case shall complaints on the part of the Customer constitute grounds for a refusal to pay or delayed payments: No claims of breach of contract, requests for termination of the contract, or counter-claims shall be permitted once the aforesaid period has passed.
No Claim shall be considered unless payment of the full price of all invoices, including those not yet due, has been made. No returns of Goods shall be accepted unless agreed and authorised by the vendor in writing.
We accept Visa, MasterCard, American Express, Delta, and Maestro credit and debit cards. Payment are handled by secure Sagepay servers. If you prefer we also accept payment by cheque and direct Bank transfers.
At Glassdomain we take security very seriously. This is why we have invested in the latest transaction technology by Sage Pay to ensure your details are always kept safe.
Relentlessly innovative and incomparably creative, self-taught designer Tom Dixon is a leading figure of the design industry. A true pioneer of design, where Tom Dixon innovates, others follow. Sculpturally formed and opulently finished, his stunning range of furniture, lighting, and homewares is truly captivating.
Tom Dixon is a British designer with a dazzling history. His mission to create art out of the every day has propelled him to become an industry leader across a multitude of disciplines. From the iconic S-chair to the curvy Wingback Sofa through to his decadent lighting collection, Tom Dixon continues to redefine the possibilities of design in the modern era. His bold experimentation with metals resulted in the futuristic Mirror Ball Pendant Lamp, created by exploding a thin layer of pure mental on the surface of a polycarbonate globe. His designs have been showcased at the Metropolitan Wharf, the Museum of Modern Art in NYC and continue to delight stylish homeowners the world over.