• Yew Charcuterie Board

  • Live edge, integral handle and beautiful grain
  • Crafted with Integral Handles

  • Ready for finishing with food-safe tung oil.
  • Cherry charcuterie tray

  • Example of integral handle & live edge with bark.
  • Allen Ganser in Workshop

Yew Charcuterie Board

Live edge, integral handle and beautiful grain

Crafted with Integral Handles

Ready for finishing with food-safe tung oil.

Cherry charcuterie tray

Example of integral handle & live edge with bark.

Allen Ganser in Workshop

Why Our Boards Rock!

One Piece Tray with Integral Handle

Handles are formed from and follow the angle of a branch as it grew off the trunk. They curve upward and help one grip and pass the tray and give the piece an artful touch. The flat serving part of the tray is hewn from the attached trunk.

Live Edges with Attached Bark

On live edges, bark is retained as much as possible, is securely attached, and any small crevices are filled and sealed with epoxy resin to prevent moisture uptake and retention of food particles. Food safe tung oil completes the finishing process.

Handcrafted from Local Hardwoods

Trays start out as raw wood reclaimed from local construction sites in Needham, MA. The branch yields the handle and the trunk the platter portion.

Testimonials

Really well done. Much better than the one my girl friend bought the other day for her dining room table.

Josh