Cutting board, wood cutting board, chopping block, serving board, WM15
This will make you look twice!! A combination of walnut and maple with thin strips of bubinga separating the pieces. The wood is cut, glued, cut again, glued again, sanded then finished with food grade mineral oil. A beautiful piece that would make a great wedding or birthday gift or sitting in the middle of your table.
How big am I?
Approximately 14" x 9.5" x 3/4". A perfect center piece or serving tray.
How do you care for me?
Made from walnut, maple and bubinga and finished with at least three coats of food grade mineral oil. With loving care (please do not put me in the sink or dishwasher) I will last many lifetimes. Wipe me clean after use and apply oil every month or so and I will look like the day I became a part of the family. Hot pans may leave a burn mark if set directly on me.
How am I made?
I started as a part of that big tree in the woods and after many years of standing alone and in the cold, I became a part of the Catoctin Woodwork family. They selected me over many others, treated me with respect, did some cutting, gluing, routing, sanding and finishing and here I am. Make me a part of your home. You will not be disappointed.
We would like you to be as excited about your piece as we were to make it. If in the first seven days you are not satisfied, please return it to us for a full refund of the piece (minus shipping).
Custom orders will be charged a 20% fee if returned. As each piece is unique, and because of the nature of wood, knots, holes, and color variations may be present.
Your satisfaction is our number one goal. If you receive a piece that is damaged please contact us and return it as soon as possible. We will work with you to refund your money and/or send a similar piece. Any use or obvious user damage negates this offer.
If over time your piece needs to be refinished, contact us to either ship it back for refinishing or to explain what we would recommend. If returned, the shipping costs will be at your expense plus a fee to refinish. When done, in most cases, the piece will look like the day you first saw it.
Wood products should not be left submerged or exposed to water. They can be wiped down and dried with a damp cloth. Excess water will damage the wood.
To restore the product to its original state (minus scratches) simply rub the piece with a food grade mineral oil.