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Walnut Hexagon Serving Board, Small

A Sunny Afternoon

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Walnut Hexagon Serving Board, Small
Walnut Hexagon Serving Board, Small
Walnut Hexagon Serving Board, Small

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Product Information

Process:
Handcrafted from solid walnut.
Made of:
American black walnut
Dimensions:
6''L x 7''W x 0.75''H
Color/finish:
brown
Care:
Hand-wash, condition with oil.

Why We Love This

Designed with a modern shape and chamfered edges, these beautiful boards are ideal for cutting, serving, and display. Each board is handcrafted by either Sarah Sherman Samuel or her father, Lee, and branded with the simple A Sunny Afternoon logo.

About A Sunny Afternoon

A Sunny Afternoon is the online shop and product line created by Sarah Sherman Samuel. Every piece is designed by Sarah, and lovingly made in small batches by her, her father, Lee, or by other local artisans. The handmade nature of the collection means that each product is unique, showcasing the human touch behind it. Sarah spends a lot of time thinking about aesthetics and design and how those things enrich and affect our lives. She pens the blog Smitten Studio, where she shares her stories and observations on living with design.