Hand made locally using only local wood. Each piece was set by hand and the maker does not like to make the same thing twice, so not only is the wood unique because of the nature of wood, but the board itself is unique because of the nature of Chris Schmidt.
These are made with maple, walnut, and cherry. They are heavy and thick and will last for years with proper care. Because they have rubber feet, they will not slide around on your counter.
Store on rubber feet or on edge only. If you store it flat on its face, the wood will start to cup because it can't breath. Don't suffocate your board, please!
Never clean with soaps or detergents. The boards are soaked in food-grade mineral oil which will protect the wood. You need only to wipe it down and occasionally, if needed, give it a light coat of oil.
This beautiful tray is decorated with a kaleidoscope of butterflies, flowers, and insects in a very prairie style pattern. It's very useful for charcuterie, serving breads or other appetizers and it's so beautiful, you could use it just for display.
Handmade in Sweden. Protective melamine coating and a birch wood back. Dishwasher friendly.
Beautifully intricate and delightfully quirky this trio of spotted leopards nestled in their colourful array of flowers, makes this natural birch wood tray irresistibly eye-catching. Perfect for sandwiches, drinks and for bringing a little fun to the table.
The Gnome decorative bottle stopper is FDA approved rubber, screwed onto a pewter base for strength & durability. This whimsical little guy would look great adorning your bottle of wine! Cone design is compatible with most types and sizes of wine bottles.
Richly toned and beautiful to look at is this wall-mounted bottle opener, complete with wood screws and plugs to hide the holes.
Made from a whiskey barrel stave, it still has the patina on the steel bands that held the barrel together. Mounted on it is an antique bottle opener so you can open your beverage in the coolest way possible. A magnet is embedded from the back to catch and hold your bottle top so you don't step on it later and think it was a lego destroying your foot.