Bird's-Eye Maple Cutting Boards
Edward's solid bird's-eye maple cutting boards are unlike any you've seen. Each board is crafted by joining sections from a single piece of specially selected, figured bird's-eye maple, so the wood tone and figuring are consistent throughout. Each is precision-shaped and beveled for graceful shape and balance. Individually hand-sanded and finished to a sensual silkiness, each board is an art object designed to add aesthetic and utilitarian pleasure to your daily life.
Some owners display their cutting boards as art and hesitate to use them. However, they are designed to provide many years of service and satisfaction; minimal care will preserve their appearance.
Interested in carrying our boards in your retail store? Please contact us for a style guide, price list, or more information.
Download the cutting board care instructions.
Edward's hard maple end-grain countertop chopping blocks are made for heavy use. Feet on the underside of the 1-1/2" thick blocks lift them 3/4" above your countertop.
The largest style, EG5, comes with a 9" turned cherry bowl, which slides partially underneath the chopping block. This board has a perimeter groove to catch juices.
The medium-size style, EG3, comes with an 8" turned cherry bowl.
Our Lazy Susans are made with the same graceful edges as our cutting boards, with a durable protective finish. Perfect for a table centerpiece, we offer Lazy Susans in two sizes, 16" and 20", and in either Bird's-Eye Maple or Cherry.
Standard Cutting Board Style Reference
Below is a spread of our standard cutting board styles for further reference:
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"Primo" Boards Available
Each year, as we make our maple cutting boards, we chance upon a few truly stunning pieces of wood, with an exceptional bird's-eye pattern. From this choice lumber we make a few "primo" boards, which are truly spectacular. These boards are priced at 50% over retail. If you're interested in owning one, please call or drop us an e-mail.
Fall Art Tour
Come visit our workshop during the Southwest Wisconsin Fall Art Tour!
October 20-22, 2017
More info at fallarttour.com