Panito Stone Dish
Cashews and almonds
From the isle of Crete he hails
He may eat your nuts
At Anthologist, the goat is an animal that is inherently part of our culture. Our founder’s cottage on the island of Paros is dubbed, Panito Cottage, named after Pan, the Greek mythological god of the mountain wilds.
The Kri Kir goat lives exclusively on the island of Crete, and the Anthologist Panito Stone Cheese Platter combines old world craftsmanship with everyday function. He’s equally proud to protect your olives, or nuts, as he is your jewelry or other small objects.
All of our brass objects are hand-cast using ancient methods including sand molds. The last step of the production process is a hand-polishing to showcase each piece’s inherent brilliance. Some imperfections are natural.
- Brass and pre-mined marble with raw edge. Marble color may vary
- Dimensions:9.5”L x 7.5”W (24cmL x 19cm W) Size is approximate as marble size may vary.
- Wipe with dry cloth or polish with brass cleaner. Marble should be cleaned with damp cloth. Please note that acid such as lemon juice will bleach the marble and change the color and texture of the surface. Do not place in dishwasher.
- Made in Athens, Greece.
Many of our items are custom made to order. Please allow three to five weeks for delivery depending on the item.