Birdseye maple is undeniably beautiful. But its fine, even grain contains the true magic. The maple is extremely dense and hard, making it more resistant to knife marks than many other woods. And that's what makes it perfect for these cutting trays, crafted by artist Ed Wohl in a southwestern Wisconsin workshop. They're handmade from custom-matched sections of a single piece of wood, giving every board a one-of-kind appearance. These cutting trays could be displayed as art, yet they're designed to provide many years of use with minimal care.
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Ed Wohl Birdseye Maple 19x16 Cutting Tray
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Customer comments about Ed Wohl Birdseye Maple 19x12 Cutting Tray:
It's a nice piece and give lots of ideas on it's purpose.
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Q:what is the best way to care for and clean the Ed Wohl cutting trays?Asked on 3/31/2014 by janai from United States
A:Regular care by hand-washing with warm soapy water. Dry thoroughly. We also recommend occasionally rubbing cutting boards with an all-natural, food –safe, oil to keep wood from drying out.Answered on 4/1/2014 by Design Associate from Room & Board