I bought 6 of these for myself, after using wooden plates at a friends home. We use them for salads, sandwiches, and more. I love that they are sturdy and won't break. Great to take to the deck or tiled sunroom. They have a lip on them, so juices stay on the plate. Usually I just rinse them off; nothing seems to soak in or adhere. I bought some for my sister in law, and she loves them too. They put away their regularly-sized plates and will use these instead, as they are somewhat smaller -- great way to control food intake! I also have two of the "trays", which are of equal quality. But it's these smaller plates which are my every day favorites!
I have a set of these and love them! We use them for salads, sandwiches, small platters. I love the sturdy feel and the unbreakability! And so easy to care for -- just rinse off and dry. I don't use a knife to cut on them, so they've stayed just like new over the course of many uses!
What is the depth of the 10 x 10 acacia wood salad plate?
Margie M Jan 17th, 2015
A shopper on Jan 18, 2015
Best Answer:I estimate the interior depth is about 3/8". Deep enough to keep the food on the plate, for sure! I love them! And gave some to my sis in law -- she just sent me a pix yesterday showing how they're using them to help with portion control, as they are a bit smaller than a normal dinner plate! She had 3-4 wings plus a big pile of spaghetti on the plate she photographed! Not for "just" salad at all!
These trays are chunkier (and darker) than they look in the photo. They are 13/16 " deep from the outside bottom to the top of the lip. The lip is 7/16" wide and a little more than half an inch deep. Stacked, the four of them are 3.5" high. Hope this help. They are quite sturdy.
The depth of the plate at the edges is a little smaller than 1 inch. Then the plate dips in about 1/2 of an inch. It is a beautiful plate and the markings are gorgeous. I have not used it yet-but I know it will be useful for my summer parties on a buffet table.