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reclaimed live edged MANGO serving/sushi board

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while cleaning up my wood shop i've found a few pieces of wood from hawaii. little shorts of koa and mango. i used to work in a shop on the big island and i would collect even the smallest pieces of wood that were getting thrown out. i felt like i was "saving" them. i'm turning these little treasures into raised cutting board/serving platters, great for cheese and breads or sushi. i left the one edge raw and natural and polished the rest. enjoy.


This cutting board was hand crafted by David Wolfgram using only recycled hardwoods and local discarded trees. By utilizing these materials we reduce our impact on our Earth. To ensure the longevity of your cutting board apply a teaspoon of vegetable or canola (petroleum free)oil to each side after washing. hand wash only.

the black walnut rails lift the cutting board off the counter allowing it to dry evenly and offer superb strength and support.

reclaimed live edge mango and black walnut
9 7/8" X 4 1/4" at its widest point
13/16" thick (1 5/8" tall with the black walnut rails)

hand signed and tagged with care instructions
hand rubbed out with sweet orange oil and beeswax
http://www.etsy.com/listing/93136874/eco-board-butter-beeswax-sweet-orange
(again petroleum free!!! mineral oil is not)



ships priority mail with a tracking #


THANK YOU FOR SUPPORTING
LOCAL ARTISANS

During a day where “we” as a society consume natural
resources at such a rapid pace. Then cast aside or waste, in where some parts of the world would be deemed bountiful. I turn the remains of what thirst for expansion and “more“ leave behind into beautiful functional heirloom quality works of art. My hope is that the discarded trees in our community will live on in vibration and history as designed by my heart and hands.


THANK YOU FOR SUPPORTING
LOCAL ARTISANS

reclaimed live edged MANGO serving/sushi board

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