First, we select the rough wood and prep for gluing into large blanks. The shapes are precision cut from a single wood; or for patterns, cut from different woods then glued together. Pieces are cut to size, the surfaces planed and edges detailed. Each board is sanded to a satiny smooth finish using progressively finer grits of sandpaper then undergoes a multi-step process with food grade mineral oil and natural beeswax to seal and protect the wood.
Sustainably grown and harvested hardwoods. We focus on the offcuts from our neighboring cabinet shop and generally use walnut, maple, white oak, mahogany, cherry and hickory. We will happily consider other woods upon request.
No. The colors are the natural beauty of the wood.
Yes! We often adjust the size of a board to fit a particular space or need of a customer. Contact us to place a custom order.
Absolutely. Contact us and we’ll go from there.
It depends on the size and style of the board and time of year, but usually 10-14 days. We will give you an estimated delivery time when the order is placed. If there are any unexpected delays we will notify you as soon as possible.
Shipping is free for orders of $200 or more (continental U.S. only), otherwise a fee of $14 will be added. If you need expedited shipping please contact us and we will do our best to accommodate you.
Your order for in-stock items will be processed and shipped within 2 business days. If there is an unexpected delay, we will notify you by email as soon as possible.
We accept returns if the piece is unused and in original condition, within 30 days from the ship date. If the board is damaged in shipping please contact us immediately.
Follow U.S. FDA Safe Food Handling Guidelines when preparing foods. Use one cutting board for fresh produce and a separate board for raw meat, poultry and seafood. After each use, wash both sides of the board to prevent uneven water absorption, which can lead to warping. Allow the board to air dry in a vertical position. NEVER place your board in a dishwasher or completely submerge in water.
Your handcrafted board is finished with food-grade mineral oil and natural beeswax. With use and over time, the coating will begin to dry out and your board will need to be re-seasoned. You can use any cutting board or butcher block oil available where kitchen supplies are sold. With proper care and maintenance you can expect your beautiful new cutting board to last for many years.
Yes, please contact us for information.