#6 Walnut and Maple End Grain Cutting Board $335.00 SOLD

This Walnut and Maple End Grain Cutting Board was a very labor intensive project.  It took a very long time to fit all those little tiny irregular shaped pieces together and make them fit perfectly.  It took all the geometry I learned in school to remember the names of all those shapes; trapezoid, rhombus, other quadrilaterals, triangles etc.  and then cut the angles correctly.  Really though, this kind of cutting board takes a lot of time to make.  It is finished with Watco Butcher Block Oil & Finish followed by Mahoney’s Oil Wax Finish.  It is finish sanded to a very fine sheen on both sides.  It feels like polished granite.  Since both sides are finished,  you can cut on one side and serve on the other.

This cutting board is 13 7/8″ long by 11″ wide by 2 1/4″ tall.

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5 Responses to “#6 Walnut and Maple End Grain Cutting Board $335.00 SOLD”

  • MG says:

    This is one of a kind end grain cutting board. I am wondering what finish you applied to it. I have noticed that maple is white and generally it does not stay that white once mineral oil is applied to it.

  • admin says:

    Thank you for your compliments.

  • Diana Ross says:

    my gosh – this is beautiful! I’m the same comment as Troy in 2010. I make my own boards as gifts and can’t quite figure this out. Can you please share how you make this? Thanks….dr

  • Troy says:

    How do you make that? I’ve made my own end grain cutting boards but can’t quite figure this one out! Very nice cutting board!

  • admin says:

    WOW!

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