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Sur La Table Marble Pastry Board, 16" x 20" x 0.75"


Our elegant marble pastry board is perfect for making delicate pastries since you don’t need to add much flour. The board’s cool surface helps keep dough from sticking as you work with it. Matching rolling pin sold separately.Read More

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EXCLUSIVE Our elegant marble pastry board is perfect for making delicate pastries since you don’t need to add much flour. The board’s cool surface helps keep dough from sticking as you work with it. Matching rolling pin sold separately.

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  • Material: Marble
  • Dimensions: 16" x 20" x 0.75"
  • Matching rolling pin sold separately
  • Made in Taiwan

Care & Usage Show

  • Hand wash
  • Due to the natural porous characteristic of marble, take care when using with oily or colored foods, as staining may result over time.
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Customer Reviews

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42 Reviews
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Very pleased with this purchase
This 16x20 marble pastry board exceeded my expectations. The price is very good too. Had beautiful marble countertops in my previous home, and am missing them. Now have a bit of it in my present home, and am loving it. Highly recommend this purchase
January 16, 2011
Great value
Great value for the money. Speedy delivery so got it in time to make all my Christmas cookies. Board slid around on my counter a bit. Wish it had non-skid feet.
January 1, 2013
Marble Pastry Board Worth it.
I bake bread at least once a week but can not afford marble counters or other marble boards so when I saw this board I read the reviews and decided to give it a try I am glad I did.

A marble board is helpful for baking bread and rolling pie crusts
July 9, 2013
I love this
It is so pretty, I cannot believe what I deal I got on it. I made beauitful sugar cookies with it. It is heavy and well durable
April 20, 2011
A fantastic must have for any baker's kitchen!
I love this marble board, the price is cheaper then I have found anywhere else and the quality is exceptional. If you make pasta, bread of any kind, or cookies on a regular basis you should really consider buying this.

I love it for kneading bread or sticky bun dough. The cool marble releases the sticky dough and it is much less messy.

It is also great for rolling out cookie dough. After using it to make Christmas cookies several friends commented how much they wish they had one, so now I'm giving them out as gifts
February 18, 2013
I love this board. Only thing that I think is missing is a description on how to clean and handle it. Bought the rolling pin too, and it did not had a manual or description either
October 23, 2012
It is a wonderful marble board. It is good quality and very heavy. It was shipped to my house really quick too and it was packed very well.
February 12, 2013
Perfect Pastry Board!
I love this marble pastry board! The quality is superb! My daughter gave this to me for my birthday, along with the French tapered rolling pin. I know this will be perfect for all my cut cookies and pie crusts! It is heavy, but that's the quality of it
January 27, 2014
Amazing pastry board!
I should have bought this years ago to go with my marble rolling pin. For anyone who bakes, this is an absolute must-have. I've been without one for way too many years - but now my pastry making will be such a pleasure. I rolled out pizza dough last night and was amazed at how almost effortless it was.

The only negative is the's almost ridiculous. I don't have counter space to leave it out, so I need to set it up on the counter, against the tile wall and underneath the cabinets. It's extremely secure but I just have to be really careful when I pick it up and move it to the kitchen table. If you're lucky enough to set it permanently on a counter-top or kitchen island, you will have a win/win!

It's truly a beautiful board. It looks pretty magnificent in my kitchen, and I'm very, very happy I bought it.
January 27, 2015
over 3 years ago
A must-have for the baker!
This is an ideal pastry board because it keeps the temperature of the dough cool. The only downside is that it is very heavy.
December 6, 2014
over 3 years ago

Questions & Answers

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Why did you choose this?
Sur La Table Store
My husband loves to bake and our counters get very messy. I thought this might help keep the counters a little cleaner.
SARA M on Feb 9, 2018
Birthday Gift
David C on Jan 19, 2018
My husband loves to bake and our counters get very messy. I thought this might help keep the counters a little cleaner.
SARA M on Feb 9, 2018
My granddaughter had this on her gift registry
Eileen S on Feb 9, 2018
Birthday Gift
David C on Jan 19, 2018
I’m a pastry maker
Melodie D on Jan 10, 2018
Want to do more baking involving rolled pastry dough.
Sonja T on Jan 9, 2018
I wanted it.
Alexandra T on Jan 7, 2018
Saw on little kitchen
Mark G on Jan 4, 2018
I need someplace to roll out cookie dough. I hope this works
Julie J on Jan 3, 2018
I am a pastry arts student and will use this marble slab for pastry, chocolate, and sugar work.
Aimee F on Jan 3, 2018
looks good in the photo. been looking for one of these that was large enough
neomia w on Dec 31, 2017
Excellent price and matches Marble Rolling Pin
Lisa F on Dec 29, 2017
Ezekiel M on Dec 27, 2017
I use marble and love the way it rolls dough etc..
Rita K on Dec 26, 2017
my daughters choice for food photography
Jessica E on Dec 25, 2017
Christmas Gift
Randy M on Dec 16, 2017
I like to bake
Janet K on Dec 13, 2017
Cookie making
Linda E. on Dec 12, 2017
My sister is a chef and she requested one for Christmas. Good reviews online.
Nancy W on Dec 10, 2017
My wife had one that she loved. We recently moved across the country and hers was broken in the move. It had become a necessity in our kitchen.
Paul T on Dec 6, 2017
It was what my niece requested as a gift.
Penelope S on Dec 6, 2017
I just purchased the marble rolling pin for baking and this is a good complement to it.
Nicole T on Dec 5, 2017
to provide as an additional gift with the sur la table cooking class purchased
Jennie R on Dec 3, 2017
Christmas gift for my wife.
ALEXANDER O on Dec 2, 2017
to put a smart oven on top as I don't have enough counter space
beth L on Nov 30, 2017
Have granite and cannot roll pastry out on it.
Geraldine L on Nov 29, 2017
To keep cookie dough and croissants cooler when rolling them out.
Adrienne F on Nov 27, 2017
I used this pastry board at one of the classes and really liked the way it worked and made rolling out dough so much easier!
Jeanne B on Nov 24, 2017
Larger and thicker than most available online
Logan P on Nov 22, 2017
I'm studying Pastry Arts
Andrea M on Nov 19, 2017
my daughter wanted it
CAROLYN B on Nov 19, 2017
We love baking and have wanted one of these for ease of use for quite some time.
Lauren G on Nov 12, 2017
For making croissants and scones.
Nham T on Nov 11, 2017
I think that combined with the marble rolling pin, my baking will be easier.
BARBARA B on Nov 10, 2017
The marble pastry board complimented the rolling pin. Thought it would be a nice gift for my sister to make cookies during the holidays and throughout the year.
Kathleen S on Nov 10, 2017
Very helpful with keeping dough chilled
JENNIFER M on Nov 10, 2017
Need a new pastry board. This one came recommended. Bought one for my daughter as well
Amy B on Nov 9, 2017
I bought both the pastry board and rolling pin.
Shonda P on Nov 6, 2017
I love to bake cut out cookies, but my dough always sticks to the cutting surface. I am buying the marble rolling pin, so I thought I might as well get the set!
Michele E on Nov 5, 2017
Great value!
MARIA S on Oct 30, 2017
Beautiful board and just the right size!
Gabriella A on Oct 12, 2017
To make roll out cookies for Christmas.
Joann c on Sep 16, 2017
Molly G on Sep 6, 2017
High time I invested in a pastry board.
Shyam R on Sep 4, 2017
Perfect gift for a friend who bakes.
Linda R on Sep 2, 2017
This seemed both large enough and a good value compared to some prices online. I did appreciate the reviews and hope to find a workaround for the feet that seem to slip but otherwise, look forward to embarking on my baking adventures with my new pastry board.. it looks beautiful!
Julie J on Aug 30, 2017
Have started to bake more and since I can't afford marble countertops in my kitchen I thought this would work nicely!
Susan T on Jul 21, 2017
I love your store. Nice quality of merchandise for those who love to bake and cook!
susan m on Jul 14, 2017
To roll out dough easily so it doesn't stick
SANDRA C on Jun 24, 2017
to protect my marble countertops
Mary S on Jun 15, 2017
Gift Registry Item
Elaine C on Jun 14, 2017
My granddaughter had this on her gift registry
Eileen S on Feb 9, 2018
I’m a pastry maker
Melodie D on Jan 10, 2018
What is the weigth and thickness of the board?
A shopper on Aug 7, 2011
BEST ANSWER: This board is 16" X 20" and 1" thick with a shipping weight of approximately 25 pounds.
Can this be chilled

Can this board be chilled in the refrig or freezer before working with dough? If so, what is the temp range for use? How long do you think it will stay cold? I'm hoping it will work something like a chilled pastry table :-
A shopper on Nov 10, 2011
BEST ANSWER: Of course it can be chilled. There is no given temperature range and I don't really think there would be. It's a ROCK! And the length of time it stays cold will depend on the temperature of the room, right? If it gets warmer than you want it, just put a zip lock bag full of ice on it for a couple of minutes and it will get cold again. Or, thinking ahead, you can always put it on top of a bag of ice before you begin. I do that when I make croissants
I bought the marble pin and board and had a really terrible time rolling out pastry dough for a pie. The dough stuck really badly to the board and pin and I had to keep adding flour to stop the sticking. I've made crusts before without issues, but this was bad. Is there a tutorial or explanation on how the marble should be used? It's the only thing I can image made a difference. Is it possible that the board and pin were too warm???
Laura B on Nov 11, 2014
BEST ANSWER: Chilled dough works best with this. Also, make sure your rolling pin is well-floured. Before I bought this, I used my grandmother's trick of putting waxed paper down and then adding another piece of waxed paper on top. (I know that defeats the purpose of the marble, but that's what I did pre-marble board). I would experiment with a few different types of dough, as well. Maybe it was over-worked, therefore too sticky.
Can I cut on this board?

Does anyone know if I can cut on this board?
A shopper on Oct 23, 2012
BEST ANSWER: I wouldn't. First of all, you shouldn't ever use a knife to cut on a hard surface as you would dull your knife. Always use a cutting board. Secondly, you might scratch or mar the surface of the marble which would mess you up later on when rolling pastry, etc. Using a rolling pastry cutter would be fine, though because the cutter isn't sharp
how much does it weigh
A shopper on Oct 4, 2013
BEST ANSWER: This pastry board weighs about 25 lbs.
where is this made
A shopper on Oct 21, 2011
BEST ANSWER: This item is made in Taiwan.
How can it be cleaned?
A shopper on Aug 7, 2012
BEST ANSWER: If there are solid food parts on your pastry board, before you use water or a wet cleanser you will want to scrape any dried food parts with a rubber spatula, as metal or hard plastic utensils could scratch your pastry board.To wash your board you may use a solution of warm water and mild detergent and rinse thoroughly with clean water. Do not apply detergent directly to the board or leave the water/detergent solution on your board for a long period of time. Because marble is a porous stone the soap could linger and affect the taste and/or smell of anything prepared on your board.To remove a stain from your board you can prepare a solution of 1/4 cup of baking soda plus just enough water to create a thick paste. To prepare the stone for the solution you will want to dampen the stained area with distilled water to open up the pores of the affected area. Next, apply the paste to the stained area, cover the paste with plastic wrap, and tape down the edges to seal the area of the board. Leave the paste on the stain until the paste dries. The solution will pull the stain out of the stone as it dries. Once the solution dries, wipe the baking soda off and rinse the stain. If any stain remains repeat all of the previous steps
Does it stay put while rolling dough?

It appears to have feet since the board is raised off the counter in the pictures. Are the feet non-skid?
A shopper on Nov 11, 2012
BEST ANSWER: Yes, mine has rubbery feet that keep it in place as you roll out dough
can this be used as a trivet?

If I keep it out on my kitchen counter, can i put a hot pan or cookie sheet on it
Lani B on May 21, 2014
BEST ANSWER: I wouldn't. Marble tends to stay cold. If you put a hot object on it, it might shatter from the shock. Your marble slab is a beautiful piece of equipment. Be nice to it and it will be your friend forever
is the marble compressed/reconstituted?

if so, what is the level of ""purity""
A shopper on Nov 5, 2013
BEST ANSWER: The marble pastry board is natural marble stone, that is cut from natural marble stone and then polished
Can this be used to make candy?

Although I'd like to use this board to make pastries, cookies, and other baked goods, I'd love it if I could also use it as a marble slab in cooling hot sugar to make candies like taffy. Does anyone know if it's heat resistant for very high temperatures (up to probably about 300 degrees F)
A shopper on Sep 24, 2013
BEST ANSWER: Yes, you should be able to use this board for making candy. In fact, it is recommended for tempering chocolate
How thick is this marble board?
Carol O on Feb 9, 2015
BEST ANSWER: 3/4 of an inch exactly.
I realize that the marble board is heavy, but I am concerned about its staying in place, not sliding around when pastry is being rolled out. How is the stability?
A shopper on Oct 27, 2014
BEST ANSWER: I bake bread nearly every day and I use this marble board to knead the dough on. I have had no issues what so ever with it moving during this process. There are little grip "feet" under this board which help it to stay put while you are working with it. Great product, I have two of them!
Is this the best "surface" to roll fondant? or, is a pastry mat better
Tricia W on Oct 19, 2015
BEST ANSWER: I work primarily with tart doughs, but since the purpose of using the marble top is not only its smoothness but its temperature (it remains cooler than room temp which makes it easier to roll/cut/move dough shapes - less sticking) I would imagine it would offer the same benefit with fondant. I still typically use a sheet of parchment on top (coolness of temp remains) but using it "naked" works well too. As an added bonus, I use it to put hot things on in my kitchen since my counters are laminate. I own 3 of these! Hope that helps!
How do you store this when not in use? I recently bought it and love it, but don't think I'll be able to keep it out on the counter all the time.
P C on Jan 25, 2016
BEST ANSWER: It fits upright in a corner, next to my 44 year old ceramic canisters! I bought one for my niece who is in an apartment and I think that is how she stores hers too! In my old age I am not strong (months shy of 70) and have arthritis so lifting it from a lower position etc would be too hard because it is heavy. I love it, after 40+ years of pastry cloths this is great!
What is the thickness of this pastry board?
Carlos C on Sep 27, 2015
BEST ANSWER: Slightly less than 3/4 of an inch OR 2 cm. thick.
looking to verify if the thickness of the 16x20 marble pastry board is 1.0"" thick or 0.75"" thic
A shopper on Nov 27, 2012
BEST ANSWER: Our elegant marble board is perfect for making delicate pastries since you don’t need to add much flour. The board’s cool surface helps keep dough from sticking as you work with it.

Verified 1" thick
Can the marble be sealed?
A shopper on Jul 20, 2015
BEST ANSWER: Yes, it can be.
Does this board have a shiny or matte finish?
Stacey C on Feb 24, 2015
BEST ANSWER: It really is neither. It is real marble. It is rather smooth to the touch, shiny if the light hits it just right and very cool to the touch which is why it is great for all types of dough. Hope this helps.
does this slip?
Beth B on Dec 26, 2016
BEST ANSWER: No, it has rubber feet.
Is the marble board polished?
Poh Geok C on Oct 30, 2016
BEST ANSWER: Yes. It is smooth and sealed. We've used it for two years and it is wonderful!
It does or does not have non slip feet on the bottom to keep it from sliding around on my countertops?
Meredith U on Jan 5, 2015
BEST ANSWER: Does not have non slip feet.
Can you use cookie cutters on the cookie dough you roll out on this marble pastry board?gsl
A shopper on Dec 28, 2017
BEST ANSWER: Plastic ones shouldn't be a problem. You might dull metal ones, though. I've used metal biscuit cutters on mine, and the board is fine.
How much does it weigh?
A shopper on Nov 24, 2017
BEST ANSWER: Earlier answers say 25 Lbs. I purchased this a few years ago, and it’s pretty hefty. This is good, though, for rolling out dough, because it won’t move, and also has rubber feet on the bottom. I recommend working with cold dough, though, as warmer dough tends to stick to the surface. To clean it, I usually lay it face up across the top of my sink, and scrub the work surface with a lightly soapy solution. Happy baking!
Does any find the board is not level and it rocks?
A shopper on Feb 5, 2016
BEST ANSWER: The board is level & it has not rocked, so fan (touch wood!). If it does, try placing a damp kitchen towel underneath the marble board, large enough to hold the board in place. If that does not work for you either, return it.
Is there pastry board and rolling pin stain?
Sue H on Sep 19, 2017
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BEST ANSWER: Hi, Sue H~! I can't speak about the rolling pin, but I have owned and used the marble board for several years for chocolate and a variety of pastry dough, without any sign of staining. The marble itself will vary in color and contain varied shaded veins, but that's the nature of marble. As long as sharp instruments, such as knives, are not used to damage the stone, and proper cleaning products are used (basic hot water and dish soap), you should not have a problem. Aside from being rather heavy, you'll wonder how you managed without it after the first few uses. Enjoy!!!
Do you butter it for making peanut brittle?
A shopper on Dec 31, 2016
BEST ANSWER: I wouldn't use it for peanut brittle. Instead I would use a silpat on a cookie sheet. I would be afraid that the hot candy would break the cold stone.
can i use this as a cutting board as well?
A shopper on Nov 19, 2016
BEST ANSWER: I wouldn't recommend it, as the marble board is very hard and can dull knives quickly. Also, since it is a natural stone, it is porous to some degree. The polished side is far less porous, but any areas not polished can absorb juices, germs, etc. and can stain. I would recommend it only for prepping pastries, pie crusts, cookies, etc. or as a nice serving dish for breads, cheeses, and the like.
Is this marble pastry board chemically treated?
A shopper on Jun 21, 2016
BEST ANSWER: I do not believe it is.
Any concerns with using this as a cheese board?
A shopper on Apr 9, 2016
BEST ANSWER: it is great as cheese board. I purchased three totally just a couple of weeks used one for that very purpose. It is fairly large so think cheese for 40 to 50 but you can also add fruit or flowers.


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