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Amish Cutting Board, Large

Item #E7719

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Description

An Amish woodworker crafts these remarkable boards by hand, using no electricity. He makes use of leftover hardwood he collects from furniture makers in his area of Ohio, so no two boards are the same. A handle makes this lengthy size ideal for presenting an array of hors d'oeuvres – or one gigantic, crowd-pleasing sub sandwich.

Price $115.00

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Product Specifications

Width
8-1/2"
Length
31"

Notes

  • Made in the U.S.A.
  • CARE: Wash with mild soap and water. Do not submerge in water for long periods. Apply a small amount of mineral oil to preserve the wood's beauty.

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