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Solid Maple Teardrop Boards, Set of 2

Dominik Woods

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Solid Maple Teardrop Boards, Set of 2
Solid Maple Teardrop Boards, Set of 2
Solid Maple Teardrop Boards, Set of 2
Solid Maple Teardrop Boards, Set of 2
Solid Maple Teardrop Boards, Set of 2

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Product Information

Process:
Hand-crafted from solid maple.
Made of:
solid maple
Dimensions:
large, 17"L x 11.5"W x .75"H; medium, 15"L x 10"W x .75"H
Color/finish:
brown
Care:
Hand-wash.

Why We Love This

The surface of the wood is hand-sanded to a smooth finish. When completed, each board is treated with a blend of beeswax and food-safe mineral oil. Great for serving, chopping and displaying on the kitchen wall. Please note: each cutting board is slightly unique in grain and color. The product in the image is a sample.

About Dominik Woods

Paris-born Dominik Woods selects unique pieces of maple and walnut, shapes them organically, then sands them over and over to make his cutting boards. “I’m always eyeballing the edges, to make sure they’re just right,” he says. “The final step is sealing and conditioning with beeswax and mineral oil.” Woods, who lives in L.A., used to build jazz guitars. “Working with wood,” he says, “I realized there were so many possibilities.”