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My nephew in Alabama makes the most beautiful wooden cutting boards. He gave us one for Christmas last year. If any of you want one, he has taken it from a hobby to a business. The Checker Board look is $150, the herringbone pattern shown is $175, & a bar board is $100. They are 12x16 cutting boards. You can contact me either here on this thread, or send me a private message, and I can put you in touch with him.


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Wow! those are nice RC. Boards lie yours make a great decorative addition to a kitchen beyond the intended uses.
 

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They are really nice looking, alot of work cutting and glueing, I used to make that kind of stuff, I need to get back in the woodshop and away from this one eyed brain sucker


Oooops the wood shop doesn't have a/c so it'll be a little longer, but it's starting to cool off
 

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They look more like decorating board than utility board. The optical illusion will probably makes it dangerous for me with a knife on it. :)
 

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Steve, I haven't used mine yet, either. But my nephew tells me that they are made to be used. I imagine that it will have a charm and character all of its own that develops from use.

Steve, the optical illusion is amazing, isn't it? I wish that I could have a gun stock like that!
 

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Good suggestion, Jim. I'll suggest that to him. Maybe he could inlay his signature in gold leaf on the side. That would really be pretty!
 

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He could get a branding iron with his signature, they used to advertize them in Fine Woodworking, or he can do like I used to do use a wood burning iron, but in my case I really needed a branding iron, I can barely write legible with a pen

I hope he can sell some they would make a great Christmas present
 

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I just found out from my niece that these are made from Maple and Walnut.

Catpower, you just gave me the best idea for Chris' Christmas present. I'm going to look into that branding iron and get one for him. My niece can sneak me a copy of his signature. Thanks so much for the information!
 
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