Like any living thing, wood is one of a kind. From grain to texture, color to heft, it all makes a difference in the hands of an accomplished artisan.
Or two. Like Eric and Lori Wright.
Air-dried for over two years, this particular serving board is crafted from gorgeous tight-grained local cherry wood harvested near their home in northeast Georgia. Featuring a charred bark line to add dark contrast to the red and orange tones of the inner wood, a touch of brass in the handle tops things off with a rustic, elegant touch.
Cherry wears well when it comes to cutting, which makes this board the perfect vehicle for appetizers, cheese + crackers & more. It also makes a thoughtful host/hostess gift, or for the gourmet in your life.
"We both are passionate about design, function and simplicity. This is the core of what we do in life and in business." Owners/Designers Eric & Lori Wright
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