Spice up your serving dish

Attractive wooden block out of Brooklyn lets you serve up snacks in style

MoMA Store

Leave it up to the MoMA Design Store to bring beauty to even the simplest sort of dish. This beautiful wooden spice block makes a perfect serving dish for nuts, spices, candy, or even decorative marbles.

The spice block was designed in 2008 by Nick Foley and Diane Ruengsorn, and each one is hand carved in Brooklyn, N.Y., out of mahogany that's been repurposed from a window factory. The blocks are finished in beeswax and oil and are food-safe.

These unique wooden spice blocks are available at the MoMA Design Store for $50.00.

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