Face Grain Maple and Walnut Striped Cutting Board traditional-cutting-boards
 

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garydye wrote:
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Hi Gary, I make all the cutting boards by hand in my shop in Dallas, Texas. I source the wood from boutique sawmills who are FSC certified (sustainable forestry practices). Typically, the hard maple I use comes from upstate New York and the walnut comes from either Missouri or Indiana. Hope that helps!
April 23, 2014 at 10:58AM   
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Face Grain Maple and Walnut Striped Cutting Board

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This striped board is eye-catching! It is made from Face Grain Maple and alternating Black Walnut. All of our wood is from a certified sustainable forest. This is a great size for chopping, serving hors d'oeuvres or pulling meat off the grill. It will also look great on any countertop!
Weight: 11lbs.

Product Specifications

Manufactured By
Lone Star Artisans  
Sold By
LoneStar Artisans  
Width
18.0" 
Depth
13.0" 
Height
1.5" 
Color
Dark Brown and Cream 
Materials
Black Walnut, Rock Maple Food Safe Wood Glue, Food Grade Mineral Oil 
Category
Cutting Boards  
Style
Traditional 
Ready to ship to the Continental U.S. in 7 - 14 days.

Product Description

This striped board is eye-catching! It is made from Face Grain Maple and alternating Black Walnut. All of our wood is from a certified sustainable forest. This is a great size for chopping, serving hors d'oeuvres or pulling meat off the grill. It will also look great on any countertop! Weight: 11lbs.

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