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This gorgeous, eco-friendly sushi board is handcrafted from reclaimed French Oak wine barrel staves in the Napa Valley. It is a unique piece and the perfect way to display sushi, or tapas.

Each board is meticulously sanded smooth to its original wood grain and will vary slightly in color and grain, only adding to its natural beauty. It then gets treated with three coats of food-safe butcher block conditioner (mineral oil, Vitamin E, beeswax, and carnauba wax) which rejuvenates and protects the wood. Please let me know if you would prefer the natural golden brown grain of French Oak or the Cabernet-stained board.

Please note that each wine barrel stave is unique and will vary slightly in size and dimension.

Approximately 17-18"L x 4-6"W

As a courtesy, each purchase includes a gift tag with care instructions and a free 1 oz. sample jar of butcher block conditioner. Shipping and handling fees include tracking confirmation and insurance for lost or damaged items.

International orders are welcome. Please contact me with your location and I would be happy to get a price for you.

Thank you for visiting our shop!

All designs are © Buddha Barrels 2016
All photos are © Gwendolyn Larson and are not to be used or duplicated without our permission.
Scott Seavey
Gwendolyn Larson

French Oak Wine Barrel Stave Sushi and Appetizer Board, Dinner Party Platter, Dessert and Fruit Tray, Gifts for Foodies, Wooden Tray

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  • Handmade item
  • Material: french oak wine barrel staves
  • Only ships within United States.
  • Feedback: 111 reviews
  • Favorited by: 41 people