Small Beach Epoxy Cutting Board

Small Beach Epoxy Cutting Board

$85.00Price

This small ambrosia maple cutting board, charcuterie board, or cheese board is an original piece of art with an beach inspired epoxy resin design. The colorful blue ocean colors are meant to bring you back to a beautiful day at the beach enjoying the sun and the surf. The board has been sanded and sealed with food safe mineral oil.

This beautiful and functional board is perfect for having friends and family over for cheese and wine and can be hung on the wall or stored on the counter as a beautiful piece of art when not in use. It also makes a great wedding, bridal shower, Father's Day, Mother's Day, birthday, Christmas, Valentine's day or housewarming party gift.

 

Size is 8.25" x 13" x .75" thick and made out of ambrosia maple.

 

Due to monitor and phone resolution variations, the colors of the resin may appear different in person than in these images. 

 

Ambrosia Maple is a general term attached to a variety of Acer (true maple) species whose boards included colorful bug “trails” — caused by a fungus carried by the Ambrosia Beetle which penetrates the tree sap as the beetle eats into the tree, and it spreads both through the worm hole and up and down in the tree (carried along by the sap) and causes discoloring of the wood in streaks. These pieces of wood have been kiln dried, finished and treated with FDA approved cutting board oil. The pinholes created by the beetle are not detrimental to the use of the board, and some may be filled in with starbond and some left in its natural state. 

 

Helpful tips for your resin piece:
Please do not put your cutting board in the dishwasher.
Please do not rub any abrasive materials on your epoxy resin.
Please do not place any hot pots or plates onto your resin.
Please do not cut on top of your resin.
To clean the resin portion of your board just use a diluted glass cleaning solution and then buff dry.

Use cutting board oil on wood portions after 3-4 uses to keep it from drying out and warping.

Thoroughly dry then stand on end. Never lay piece flat on counter.