Cutting Board

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Project by Termite26 posted 04-09-2015 01:36 AM 1953 views 4 times favorited 8 comments Add to Favorites Watch

This is a bread board made for a client who asked if I could duplicate one they had. The first pic is of the new board and the second is of the old board. Board measures 23-1/2” in length by 14-1/2” wide. The board has a 7/8” juice groove. Board is made from mahogany, walnut, maple, cherry and purple heart.

Thanks for looking

-- Ed

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#1 posted 04-09-2015 12:29 PM

Beautiful work, the grain on that mahogany is amazing.

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#2 posted 04-09-2015 01:26 PM

A beautiful cutting board!

-- "I love it when a plan comes together" John "Hannibal" Smith

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#3 posted 04-09-2015 01:48 PM

Very Nice, at first I thought it was dished out in the middle…..

-- What we do in life will Echo through Eternity........

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#4 posted 04-09-2015 03:34 PM

Well Done!

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#5 posted 04-09-2015 08:33 PM

Geez you did a great job on this board.
Trying to duplicate an existing piece is tough and you nailed it pal.
Beautiful … just plain beautiful

-- Grumpy old guy, and lookin' good Doin' it. ... Surprise Az.

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#6 posted 04-10-2015 12:07 AM

this is a beautiful cutting board, i like the built in handles and the juice groove, i imagine it works very well, a nice selection of woods….great job over all.

-- GRIZZMAN ...[''''']

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#7 posted 04-10-2015 10:15 PM

Great looking board in the pictures, and looks even better in person. Exceptional build my friend.

-- Steve, South Carolina,

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#8 posted 07-04-2018 02:19 PM

Beautiful tray. I love this piece, the woods and the sequence and you used!
How thick is the piece?
Did you put feet of any sort under it?
Or, are the handles thinned a bit to get underneath them?

-- Rod ~ There's never enough time to finish a project, but there's always time to start another one.

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